A public exhibition is taking place today (Thursday, 9) over the future of Teville Gate in Worthing.

The site’s owners Mosaique Capital are hoping to turn it into Station Square, which would be made up of more than 370 apartments.

An impression of Station Square.

Mosaique said they are hoping to submit a planning application by Spring 2018, and are in discussion with Worthing Borough Council over how many properties will be affordable housing.

Plans also include a number of restaurants, a gym, supermarket, and new car park.

A layout of proposed plans.

CEO of Mosaique, Aized Sheikh said:

“It’s a fresh start, and we want people to see it [Teville Gate] in a new light.

“It’s a place where you would drop the kids off in the morning, you would go to the gym, you would meet your friends for a drink or for lunch, you would go shopping, and then you would come back in the evening, and you would have dinner.”

“We have been working behind the scenes to deliver a scheme that we think is viable, but also that can be built.

“For us, we have been working with our delivery partners, and feel very confident that once we have a successful planning consent, we can get the cranes on site as soon as possible.”

The plans will be on display today from 6pm – 9pm at Worthing College, and tomorrow (Friday, 10) at Worthing Town Hall from 4pm – 8pm.

An online questionnaire is also available until November 12, which can be found here.