A nice leaflet dropped through the letterbox last week from the Liberty Property Trust who are a “US$8.2 billion real estate investment trust”. It describes the proposals for the redevelopment of the green fields site north of Horsham. Specifically the area north of the A264 from Old Holbrook to the railway line that runs up from Littlehaven to Crawley. This site is not going to comment on the proposals but will, via this post, aim to share them with you.

Liberty Property Trust have set up a well presented web site called landnorthofhorsham.co.uk which repeats everything on the leaflet then adds a bit more detail. Therefore, if you did not get the leaflet then go have a look at the web site. It will tell you very clearly all you need to know about their plans for the location.

Look out in the spring for the public exhibition:

We will be holding a public exhibition later in the Spring to display our draft plans and learn more about Horsham residents’ priorities for their town. We will be making announcements in the coming weeks with more information on when and where the event will be held.

The main picture, reproduced recently in the West Sussex County Times is presented below and, hopefully, not breaching any copyright.

Land North of Horsham (c) Liberty Property Trust
Land North of Horsham (c) Liberty Property Trust

In case you were wondering who Liberty Property Trust are then here is an extract from their web site:

Liberty Property Trust (NYSE: LPT) is a $8.2 billion real estate investment trust which owns 105 million square feet of industrial and office space throughout the United States and the United Kingdom (as of September 30, 2014). Founded in 1972 and headquartered outside of Philadelphia, Liberty develops, acquires, leases and manages properties with the mission to enhance people’s lives through extraordinary work environments.

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