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Barley Grange Phase 4

West Durrington - Worthing - West Sussex

Barley Grange phase 4 forms the final phase of a larger Taylor Wimpey development here in West Durrington.

  • Overview

    Land at West Durrington

    A resolution to grant permission was gained in May 2020 for 120 flats and houses and the decision will be formally issued subject to a legal agreement.

  • About the site

    The development site

    The site is 3 hectares in size and located to the south of the A27 bypass, south west of the Coach & Horses public house. Land to the north beyond the bypass is characterised by the South Downs National Park, and to the immediate west of the site is the Castle Goring Conservation Area.  There is easy access to a number of existing community facilities to the south - east located within the earlier phase of development and also a range of services in the wider area of West Durrington.

  • What's proposed

    Our proposals

    We are proposing 120 no. 1 & 2-bed apartments and 2, 3 and 4-bed houses as part of an attractive outward looking development which takes full advantage of its natural surroundings and heritage.  The development has been designed to integrate seamlessly into the West Durrington settlement edge and benefits from direct access to generous amounts of open space and interconnecting footpaths and cycleways.



    Artist's impression of a typical street scene.


    Artist's impression of a typical street scene.

  • Community

    Local contributions

    Taylor Wimpey will be contributing in the following ways to the local community:
    • Affordable Housing on site
    • Contribution towards Bus Service and Bus Stop
    • Bridge Connection Landing Point for A27
    • Highway Works
    • Public Open Space and Amenity
  • Updates

    Development Timeline

    • Current     - Taylor Wimpey anticipate a decision notice early 2021
    • May 2020 - Worthing Planning Committee Resolved to approve reserved matters for 120 flats and houses