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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.

Mixed use 200 dwellings plus 100 dwellings and community facilites. Public buildings in The Brow are already due to be redeveloped as part of the One Estate programme. Documents say St Wilfrid's Primary School is set to relocate to the  St Paul's Catholic College site

5. The Brow and St Wilfrid's School, Burgess Hill

Mixed use 200 dwellings plus 100 dwellings and community facilites. Public buildings in The Brow are already due to be redeveloped as part of the One Estate programme. Documents say St Wilfrid's Primary School is set to relocate to the St Paul's Catholic College site
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Proposed 30 homes. This site would have to integrate into the Northern Arc strategic development surrounding it.

6. Woodfield House, Isaacs Lane, Burgess Hill

Proposed 30 homes. This site would have to integrate into the Northern Arc strategic development surrounding it.
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Proposed 22 dwellings. The development would have to respect the parland setting of East court and protect nearby heritage assets

7. East Grinstead Police Station College Lane

Proposed 22 dwellings. The development would have to respect the parland setting of East court and protect nearby heritage assets
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Proposed 200 homes. The objectives would include delivering a 'sympathetic extension' to Felbridge

8. Land south of Crawley Down Road, Felbridge

Proposed 200 homes. The objectives would include delivering a 'sympathetic extension' to Felbridge
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