What’s happening in Hove? Cranes, cranes everywhere! The creation of a new Hove Station Quarter has begun! Watch this video to get a sense of what the area will soon be like, plus long-term plans and ambitions. Back in 2013, local residents joined a forum and created a neighbourhood plan, to ensure all residents can benefit from the regeneration.
The developer of St Agnes church, Newtown Road, has started building a balcony on the 1st floor of the church and plans to put exterior neon lights on the outside of St Agnes Church, which is being developed into Natural Fit Gym. In addition to this the club has already obtained a license to serve alcohol. The petition author believes this is an illegal development.
Three houses on Fonthill Road are as close as 4m from this balcony, it gives direct line of sight into living room, bedroom and bathroom and overlooks the garden of all 3 properties.
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Public consultation on plans for redevelopment of the Peugeot dealership site at Newtown Rd, Hove, BN3 7BA Wed 9th May 3pm – 7pm at Newtown Road, Hove, BN3 7BA This public exhibition is by the developers becg for the KAP Motor Group. The architects are Yelo. becg have arranged a public exhibition to display the proposals to the wider community … Read more
The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum supports the principle of a mixed-use redevelopment of the KAP site, but OBJECTS to this application, on the grounds of OVER-DEVELOPMENT, which includes unacceptably high 8 and 11 storey blocks, and very limited provision of ‘affordable’ housing, However, the project includes many of the features of an appropriate mixed use development which should be included in a revised submission.
The Hyde Group of developers have published a video and website about the development in Newtown Road/Goldstone Lane – now known as New Wave Hove. Construction is expected by August 2018. › 59 Flats › 6 Houses › Outright sale: 39 › Shared ownership: 18 › 8 affordable rent units › B1 Office space › Below ground parking http://www.nw-hove.co.uk email@example.com
Architect David Kemp is among a number of local businesses and residents calling for more substantial work on the bridge which has fallen into “an appalling condition”. Mr Kemp drew up designs for an improved footbridge and the Neighbourhood Forum has collected hundreds of signatures calling for funding for a new bridge. The footbridge is the major north-south pedestrian link, but it is poorly maintained and the absence of lifts at either end render it unusable for wheelchair uses, totally inadequate for people with disabilities and grossly inconvenient for people with luggage, heavy shopping bags or prams.
Hyde Housing update: Yesterday, three of us from the forum met with Hyde Housing (www.hyde-housing.co.uk) in Davigdor Road. They gave us an update on the planned redevelopment on the corner of Goldstone Lane and Newtown Road. Demolition and clear-up is expected to begin next Spring and last around 6-8 weeks. Construction is anticipated to begin in the Summer and last … Read more