The North Street Quarter will be a vibrant, mixed use neighbourhood which will regenerate the area around North Street and the Phoenix Industrial Estate and reconnect it to the heart of Lewes. Located just a five-minute walk from Lewes High Street, the new North Street Quarter will reflect the character of the historic market town and provide a range of amenities for the benefit of all Lewes residents.
Plans for the North Street Quarter have been drawn up in accordance with local planning policy, which requires development on the site to be sustainable and sympathetic to its location on the banks of the River Ouse and adjacent to the South Downs National Park. It must also deliver high levels of affordable housing, provide vital flood defences, create a riverside walkway, create flexible employment space, provide additional off street parking and a healthcare hub serving 26,000 patients.
The North Street Quarter will revitalise this brownfield site, creating a smart new gateway into town. The new riverside walk and footbridge along with new through routes will improve access to the area and reconnect it to the town’s social and cultural hub, the historic High Street. As well as creating several new attractive public spaces and gardens, the project will also fund improvements to existing play spaces at Pells Park and Malling Recreation Ground.
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This short video takes you on a virtual tour through North Street Quarter's streets and public spaces, giving a sense of the development's scale, proportions and appearance and its relationship with the River Ouse. You will see how the different neighbourhoods with their distinct architectural characteristics flow into one another and are enhanced by trees and other natural features.
Please note that while the animation is as accurate as possible it has been produced to provide a visual overview of the scheme (all phases). The definitive design can be viewed in the detailed drawings submitted with the planning applications.