The former Aquarena swimming pool is set for a major redevelopment after Worthing Borough Council’s Planning Committee approved plans, which will see new homes and commercial space built a stone’s throw from Worthing town centre.
Plans submitted by Roffey Homes to redevelop the derelict seafront site include a significant boost for the town’s housing need, providing 141 residential apartments of which 42 will be affordable housing.
Alongside the apartment blocks will be new commercial space and a beach facing cafe. The designs also incorporate an iconic tower surrounded by both private and public open space, whilst there 172 resident’s parking spaces and 51 public car parking spaces. FIND OUT MORE HERE