Union Place - Follow Up Online Consultation

Union Place – Follow Up Consultation

Worthing Borough Council and Roffey Homes are forming a joint venture and are preparing a planning application for a high-quality, mixed-use redevelopment of the Union Place site in Worthing.

An in-person public consultation was held on Thursday 16th November 2022 from 12-8 pm, at Rooms in the Guildbourne Centre, Worthing. Boards were displayed detailing the proposals for Union Place. Interested parties were able to feedback their views both in person at the face-to-face event or online via this webpage.

Following the public consultation held in November last year, subsequent changes have been made to the scheme to respond to feedback provided by the public, council officers, and technical consultants.

We are therefore seeking the views of the community once more, including people who live and work in the local area, prior to finalising the scheme.

Let us know your views on the amended proposals

Please look at the amended proposals below then let us know your views by completing the feedback form.

Your comments will be reported to Worthing Borough Council and will be made publicly available however please note that in accordance with GDPR, any personal details will NOT be disclosed and are only collected in order that we may validate your comments. Anonymous feedback forms will NOT be considered. Once the comments from the consultation have been collated, the original comments will be destroyed.

Please note that in order for comments to be considered, they must be received by Friday 11th August 2023.

Updated Proposal – July 2023

Initial Consultation Boards – November 2022

Please find below the initial consultation boards prepared in November 2022.

Feedback Form

Do you agree that the proposals for Union Place will enhance the public realm within the High Street and Union Place?

In addition to the Pocket Park, would you like to see some other uses come forward on the High Street? If so, please let us know what you would like to see.

The proposed materials are rooted in their context, with white brick and flint on Union Place, buff brick on the High Street and Grey Zinc on the Garden Pavilions producing a silhouette form found throughout the town. Do you have any comments on the materials proposed?

Do you have any further comments?

Next Steps

Following consideration of any comments received, final amendments to the scheme will be made, prior to an application being submitted later in 2023.