A vision for the perfect business location

Delivered by
Muse
Location
Horsham
Use
Residential / Affordable / Civic & Community / Homes / Mixed Use / Office / Public Space

A vibrant, sustainable new neighbourhood

In partnership with West Sussex County Council, Larksfield Place is a vision for a sustainable new neighbourhood built around wellbeing, close to the centre of Horsham.

A wide range of on-site amenities and a rich, nature filled landscape will complement the high-quality workspaces, to bring new jobs and inward investment to Horsham and the wider area. Importantly, potential occupiers will have the opportunity to develop the perfect workspace for their unique business in collaboration with us. We will also create a community of around 260 new homes, 35% of which will be affordable.

Holding on to history

Larksfield Place includes a sympathetic preservation and conversion of a locally listed building, retaining a landmark tower and landscaped boulevard through the centre of the masterplan.

In addition to new homes and employment space, Larksfield Place will feature landscaped boulevard through the centre of the site, complemented by a range of beautiful public spaces.

In numbers

£million

Value

New homes

Hectares

acre

public park

Partners

Larksfield Place is being delivered in partnership with West Sussex County Council.

Our Partners

Location

Larksfield Place, Horsham

Wimblehurst Road
Horsham
UK
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