Published: 28th Oct 2020

Worthing Borough Council is set to make a £12.5m intervention in the long-running saga of the town’s Teville Gate site. Councillors are set to meet next week (3 November) to discuss plans for the local authority to enter a joint venture partnership with the housing provider VIVID to take over the site and finally bring some momentum to development which has stalled for decades. VIVID is a strategic partner of the government’s Homes England body and was named Housing Association of the Year in 2019 by What House? Current owners Mosaic Global Investments Ltd has recently indicated it wants to sell the land, citing doubts caused by the pandemic as cause to end its plans for its ‘Station Square’ development on the site. New Start interviewed Mosaic’s chief executive, Aized Sheikh, back in 2017 about its plans for the site. Fearing that another drawn out sale will further delay progress a council … (To read the full article, subscribe below)