North Littlehampton Committed Site (Hampton Park)
Development to the north of Littlehampton is a committed strategic site. This means the development was approved and commenced prior to the Local Plan 2011-2031 being adopted. A strategic site is land identified within Arun to accommodate major developments for housing within this time period.
The North Littlehampton site is located in the Toddington area of Littlehampton, to the north of the railway line. The development has been named ‘Hampton Park’.
Development is well underway on this site to provide at least 1,200 dwellings. This will be key to supporting the regeneration of the town and economic growth area.
Financial contributions have been secured for local infrastructure improvements to the town, including a community hub comprising employment floor space, a new community centre, new healthcare facilities, youth and leisure facilities, a recycling centre, public open space, including a central wetlands area, and children’s play areas. A new hotel and a care home are also included.
New vehicular access will be created from the A259, bridging over the railway line, with additional access from Mill Lane & Toddington Lane.
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SOUTHERN SECTION OF LYMINSTER BYPASS
Progress being made with regard to the Southern bypass bridge construction over Toddington Lane.
Photo of bridge works on South side of Toddington Lane
Photo of bridge works on North side of Toddington Lane
THE NORTHERN SECTION OF THE FITZALAN LINK ROAD
A new reserved matters application (LU/152/20/RES) has been submitted for the northern section of the Fitzalan Link Road between the A259 Worthing Road and the East Street/Fitzalan roundabout. This new application identifies changes to the highway verges including the removal of the surface water drainage features, including ponds and swales, and replacing them with underground storage tanks, together with changes to the location of the trees and shrubs along the edge of the highway.
24 June 2020
THE NORTHERN SECTION OF THE FITZALAN LINK ROAD
A reserved matters application (LU/152/20/RES) has been submitted relating to appearance, layout, scale and landscaping of the previously approved LU/63/11 (outline planning application) for the construction of the northern section of the Fitzalan Link Road between the A259 Worthing Road and the East Street/Fitzalan roundabout. The site is located on the northern edge of Littlehampton approximately 1.9km from the town centre.
This new reserved matters application (LU/152/20/RES) takes on board the changes to the layout, appearance, scale and landscaping of the highway verges which were made to the northern section of the Fitzalan Link Road at the Section 278 (detailed design) stage, which were approved by the Local Highway Authority. The changes to the highway verges which were made at the Section 278 (detailed design) stage comprised the replacement of the surface water attenuation basins (i.e. ponds) and swales with underground storage tanks and changes to the location of the trees and shrubs along the edge of the highway. These changes to the highway verges meant that the original reserved matters approval (LU/234/16/RES) was no longer implementable and a new reserved matters application was required”.
Works have resumed and progress is being made with regard to the Southern section of the Lyminster bypass and the Fitzalan Link Road. The images below show these sections of the bypass.
Looking North from Toddington Lane
Looking South from Toddington Lane:
Southern Section of Lyminster bypass from A259:
Fitzalan Link Road looking South from A259:
June 2020 – Works are resuming on the Hampton Park Development after being halted due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Works are also due to resume on the Fitzalan Link Road and Southern Lyminster Bypass on the 22 June 2020.
March 2020: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Fitzalan Link Road and Lyminster Bypass works are ceasing on 27 March 2020 until further notice. Work is also currently stopped on the Hampton Park Development again until further notice.
January 2020: Work is now underway on the Fitzalan Road Link, and the Southern Section of the Lyminster By Pass. Excavations are taking place for the new road. See below: View of Fitzalan Road Link as at 29 January 2020 adjacent to the Littlehampton Academy. The route for the road has been marked out and construction works have commenced.
See below: View of construction of Southern Section of Lyminster By Pass as at the 29 January 2020 taken from Toddington Lane looking North. The Lyminster By Pass construction is underway although screened by fencing at the current time.
November 2019: Highway work is due to start on the Fitzalan Road Link and the Southern Section of Lyminster By Pass on 6th January. Please see: Lyminster Bypass Newsletter.pdf [pdf] 404KB
October 2019: A new reserved matters application has been received for section A2 / B6 on the below map, which includes a new play area.
January 2013: Development was approved under reference LU/47/11 and building is well underway on this site with many local improvements already in place.
Building work has commenced on Phase two, which is sections C1, C2 B2, & and part of B4 on the map below.
Here are some photos taken on our latest site visit.
Houses on Kenney Drive near the bottom of this phase (just above the play area). These are already occupied.
Affordable housing almost complete (next road up from Kenney Drive)
Bottom right of the crossroads on the plan
Houses to the left of the crossroads.