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Burgess Hill 'Place & Connectivity' Public Consultation Launched

16th May 2020 | By Peter Chapman

Burgess Hill residents are being asked to comment on proposals worth over £20 million which will see a number of measures introduced to improve how we travel around the town. 'Sustainability' is the name of the game.

The 'Place & Connectivity' project has been put together jointly by West Sussex County Council and Mid Sussex District Council. The Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership helped secure the funds. The full £21m is exclusively for Burgess Hill.

Have Your Say...

A six week 'virtual' consulation is taking place, with details of the projects listed on the BurgessHill.net website.

There's a feedback form with a checkbox next to each of the 11 items you may like to comment on. Ticking a box opens a text field for that specific item.

The areas the project looks at include:
  • Burgess Hill to Haywards Heath Greenways
  • Wivelsfield railway station area
  • Burgess Hill railway station area
  • Town Centre – Church Road / Church Walk improvements
  • Town Centre – Western Gateway improvements
  • Victoria Business Park access and connectivity
  • Townwide greenlinks
  • Triangle Leisure Centre access and connectivity
  • Bus Infrastructure improvements
  • Cycle parking

Comments from the public will be accepted up until the 25th June 2020. You can find the form here: https://burgesshill.net/joining-the-dots-place-and-connectivity-projects

Spread the word! The public consultation for the Burgess Hill 'Place & Connectivity' project has begun.

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Have you had an opportunity to look at the details of the project yet? What do you think?

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