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‘Biggest Regeneration Project for a Generation’ to be discussed at SPA

The next meeting of the Sussex Property Alliance will discuss what is arguably the biggest regeneration project in Worthing for a generation. The bold plans for the redevelopment of the Teville Gate site, which will be known as Station Square, will be on the agenda and will no doubt attract a lot of interest from local property professionals.

 Aized Sheikh, Chief Executive of Mosaic, the current site owner, will discuss the transformation of Teville Gate into a community hub with housing, leisure and retail spaces. It promises to become one of the best-connected and serviced sites in Worthing for public transport and improvements to the road and underpass will encourage more walking and cycling around the town than ever before.

Aized has been leading property-backed development projects for almost 30 years and just two years ago, he saw the potential in property-backed commercial/residential developments in ‘rising star’ locations such as Worthing. Despite its huge potential, Teville Gate was ignored for nearly 20 years, however, progress is now being made with a team of architects, planners and project delivery specialists all working closely together.

Aized will share the story so far, discuss why he’s drawn to develop difficult sites and why he’s in ‘for the long haul’ on the South Coast.

The meeting will take place on Friday 9th March between 12pm and 3pm at Long Furlong Barn, Worthing. For more information and to register for the event, please visit, http://www.sussexpropertyalliance.co.uk/events/

The Sussex Property Alliance provides a forum where property professionals get together, exchange ideas, and build relationships. It is supported by MHA Carpenter Box chartered accountants, Bennett Griffin solicitors and Michael Jones commercial real estate agents.