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Green light for £35m Horsham scheme

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A £35m mixed-use scheme in Sussex has been given the green light.

Horsham Council granted planning consent for the Piries Place project in the centre of the Sussex town.

The scheme, designed by Holder Mathias Architects, includes a 92-bed Premier Inn hotel andan Everyman cinema as well as shops, offices and restaurants.

Its developers - a joint-venture between Reef Estates and Arcus-PCD - said a contractor had not yet been appointed.

Reef Estates director Will Rohleder said: “This mix of uses will add to our place creation ambitions with the restaurant units situated around the square offering outdoor seating and an area which will be able to hold future events.”

Holder Mathias partner Max Poole said: “This is a significant mixed-use scheme that will transform Piries Place and regenerate the wider area of Horsham by expanding the town’s leisure offering.”

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