Sussex upswing: local and national planning policy catalyse brownfield activity

A good example is the Apex Business Park in Hailsham – a 7,430 sq m (80,000 sq ft) scheme completed in 1992. The developer went into receivership and the units were to be disposed as freeholds. Prospective buyers proved hard to come by until the resurgence in the market during ...

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