Goodbye Aquarena, Hello Bayside. The first edition of Building AW, Adur & Worth…

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Goodbye Aquarena, Hello Bayside.

The first edition of Building AW, Adur & Worthing Councils new digital magazine, includes an interview with Ben Cheal, of Roffey Homes, the company behind the redevelopment of the former Aquarena site.

Also featured are updated on the Adur Tidal Walls scheme in Shoreham, the £3.5 million redevelopment of Worthing Museum and Adur District Council’s successful planning application to create a new office block on the former Civic Centre car park.

Read the full first edition of Building AW here: https://issuu.com/adurworthingcouncils/docs/building_aw_-_november_2017?e=31834600/55616844

Goodbye Aquarena, hello Bayside Apartments.

After Worthing Borough Council handed over the land in September, Roffey Homes is pushing on with £45 million plans to transform the site on the seafront into 141 homes, a cafe and commercial space.

To read more on the plans, have a look at our new publication BuildingAW –
http://adwb.co/buildingaw_november2017_iP8I5


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