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Old Burgess Hill Post Office Building Put On The Market For Residential Redevelopment

12th February 2018 | By Peter Chapman

A number of community groups and charities could be made homeless after the building they operate from has been put on the market as a residential redevelopment opportunity.

The Old Post Office Resource Centre at 30-32 Station Road is home to Signposts, the Circles Network and the Summer Haven mental health drop-in group.

The offices on the first floor of the building are let out to Ypsilon Limited.

The rest of the land is the warehouse for Disco Carpets and a private car park.

In April 2008, planning permission was granted for a 4 storey building to cover the whole surface area of the site with a retail premises on the ground floor along with 14 flats above. The permission lapsed after three years.

With a number of residential properties coming to the town centre as part of the redevelopment of the Martlets Shopping Centre, there's a good chance that a renewed application for the Station Road site will also see a positive outcome.

Both Ypsilon and the users of the ground floor do not have a long-term lease and are 'holding over'. Therefore they would only need to be served with a short notice period to leave.

The site is being handled by property agents Clifford Dann. Click here for more infomation

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