Muse to deliver Horsham Enterprise Park regeneration scheme

Muse Developments has been appointed by West Sussex County Council as its preferred development partner to deliver Horsham Enterprise Park.

The 18.5-acre park will deliver up to 270,000 sq ft of high-quality employment space, including offices, R&D facilities and an enterprise hub; up to 300 new homes, with a 35% affordable housing provision and local amenities surrounded by generous outdoor spaces for the community to enjoy.

Alongside this the scheme will celebrate the iconic 1930s Art Deco central building and the grand avenue of blue cedar trees across the development.

‘To receive the news that our submission to West Sussex County Council to deliver Horsham Enterprise Park had been successful, is testament to the hard work of everyone involved in the bid process,’ said development director, Duncan Cumberland.

‘This is an exciting opportunity to create a thriving, sustainable place and we’re proud to have been selected.

‘We’re looking forward to building on the excellent work undertaken to date by West Sussex County Council and working with them and the community to strengthen our relationship and bring forward a masterplan to drive inward investment and community wealth to leave a long-lasting, positive legacy.’

Lee Harris, executive director for place services at West Sussex County Council, added: ‘This is an exciting milestone in making our vision for Horsham Enterprise Park a reality. Muse has more than 30 years’ experience in developing mixed-use schemes across the UK and importantly, they have a strong focus on delivering sustainable projects, which will be evident in the plans for Horsham Enterprise Park.

‘It’s clear that Muse share our vision for the design of flexible and modern workspaces to support local businesses as part of a mixed-use community incorporating a range of high-quality homes. We’re looking forward to working with them to deliver our ambitions for Horsham Enterprise Park.’

Photo Credit – Pixabay


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