Swallow Business Park, Hailsham (A22/A27 Growth Corridor)
- Capital Investment - East Sussex, Less than £2m, LGF2
LGF project delivered
Project completion date
Site infrastructure to facilitate new employment floorspace. The project involves the provision of enabling infrastructure to unlock the development of Swallow Business Park on a 3.4 hectare greenfield site. The site lies in the A22/A27 Eastbourne/South Wealden Growth Corridor and is an important employment location in the Growth Corridor. The scheme is being promoted by East Sussex County Council (ESCC) and will be delivered by the site owner and developer, Westcott Leach Ltd. The site lies to the north of the A22, immediately west of the existing Hackhurst Industrial Estate, approximately 3 miles from Hailsham.
The proposed works involve the provision of general infrastructure, including the completion of the site access road from the A22 and utilities services and associated works supply to open up the site for new employment floorspace. The scheme includes six blocks with associated access roads, parking and landscaping. The development extends the existing Hackhurst Lane Industrial Estate, creating a new shared access onto the A22 and improvements to utility services. The new access to the A22 will remove commercial traffic from the existing sub-standard Hackhurst Lane and improve operating conditions for the existing industrial estate as well as opening up new development on Swallow Business Park.
Capital Programme delivery update
Take a look at our update on the delivery of the Local Growth Fund (LGF) and Growing Places Fund (GPF) capital programmes.
£579m of investment to East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock
In total the SELEP Growth Deal with Government has brought £579m of investment to East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock. Over the lifetime of the Growth Deal (2015-2021) we aim to deliver 78,000 jobs and 29,000 homes across the SELEP area, with the Deal set to attract a further £960m of investment into the South East over the six year period.