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These are the 22 sites where almost 2,000 new Mid Sussex homes could be built

Developments totalling nearly 2,000 new homes across 22 sites in Mid Sussex could be allocated by the district council.

Next week backbench councillors will scrutinise a draft Site Allocations Development Plan Document prior to a public consultation being held. Proposed allocations sites are shaded in purple.

Proposed for 43 homes. Housebuilding is already ongoing to the west of the site at the Folders Grove development

1. Land South of 96 Folders Lane, Burgess Hill

Proposed for 43 homes. Housebuilding is already ongoing to the west of the site at the Folders Grove development
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Proposed 300 homes. The allocation should include open space and play areas for children. The land is in the ownership of a housebuilder

2. Land South of Folders Lane and Keymer Road, Burgess Hill

Proposed 300 homes. The allocation should include open space and play areas for children. The land is in the ownership of a housebuilder
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Proposed 12 flats plus community use. This site is under the ownership of Mid Sussex District Council

3. Land south of Selby Close, Burgess Hill

Proposed 12 flats plus community use. This site is under the ownership of Mid Sussex District Council
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Proposed 30 homes. It is describes as overgrown and inacessible land designated as local green space in the neighbourhood plan

4. Land south of Southway, Burgess Hill

Proposed 30 homes. It is describes as overgrown and inacessible land designated as local green space in the neighbourhood plan
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