Another Victoria Road Industrial Unit Applies To Be Turned Into Flats
16th April 2018
Burgess Hill's Industrial Estate is slowly disappearing on Victoria Road with the news that the unit formerly occupied by ExpressLube UK at 66a has applied to be demolished and replaced by 10 flats.
66a is right on the tight bend of Victoria Road.
The plans are for 8x two bedroom flats and 2x three bedroom flats. In total there will be just 13 parking spaces which will be located in an undercroft.
The proposed plan for 66a Victoria Road
Planning permission was granted earlier this year for number 68 ‘Kings House’ to be turned into a mixture of terraced homes and flats while the Servecorps unit at number 70 has raced on with their own residential development having been granted planning permission during 2017.
Speedy process is being made at the former ServeCorps site
Across the road there are two other residential developments taking place with some of the new dwellings hitting the market this month.
Across the road, Elizabeth Court is now open to viewings from potential buyers.
For more information on this latest application to hit Victoria Road for 66a, check out planning application number DM/18/1435 on the MSDC Planning Portal
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What do you think of yet another industrial unit to be demolished and turned into housing. Can the road cope with yet more inevitable on-street parking?