New 3,500 home Burgess Hill development named ‘Brookleigh’


 The multi-million pound Northern Arc scheme, developed by Homes England and its development partners will be renamed 'Brookleigh'.

According to the project's Facebook page: "The project is currently shifting from a focus on infrastructure provision and site preparation to welcoming its first residents, and the new name reflects this change".

"Stakeholder engagement has explored four possible themes and connections between Burgess Hill and the new development, focusing on industry, historical connections, placemaking and, environment and landscaping.

"'Leigh' is an old English word meaning 'clearing in the woods', and 'Brook' comes from the small streams such as Copyhold stream and World's End stream that are a feature of the landscape and habitat of the development area."

The 3,500 new homes at Brookleigh in Burgess Hill will be surrounded by 80 hectares of green space. New leisure facilities, primary and secondary schools and employment opportunities will provide the vibrant focal points of day-to-day living.

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