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EDAW aims for evolution in Worthing

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EDAW has revealed the latest stage of its Worthing masterplan, which aims to regenerate the West Sussex town over the next 15 to 20 years.

The scheme, called Worthing Evolution, primarily looks to improve the public realm and the street scenes of the seaside town.

The latest plans involve a £720,000 proposal to improve safety in the town centre, and the first move to improve the aesthetics of the town has also been commissioned, with a new paved mosaic being built.

Speaking to the Brighton Argus, Worthing Council leader Keith Mercer said: 'I'm thrilled by the masterplan, and by the public's response to it.

'It identifies sites for development, makes more sense of the town centre and the seafront, and also encourages the development of more homes in the town centre, which is a vital combination for the town.'

To find out more information about the masterplan, and to have your say about the improvements, visit www.worthingevolution.com.

by Richard Vaughan

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