SeaChange Sussex has finally found an occupier for the North Queensway Innovation Park, nearly two and a half years after construction on the junction to the site began. A local furniture company will be moving there from another site in Hastings, bringing with it its 45 employees. It will occupy approximately quarter of the space available on the site. Continue reading
Not content with the empty business parks they already have, the new one under construction at the Bexhill end of the Link Road, and the one they would love to build over the top of Hollington Valley (if they can get over their little local difficulty with planning permission), SeaChange is putting forward proposals for yet another road, providing access to yet another business park. Continue reading
SeaChange is running a little late. At least three of its projects are significantly behind schedule – and presumably above cost. It has already had to have loans from East Sussex County Council in order to complete the Bexhill Gateway road and ‘Innovation Mall’. When can we expect these projects to be finally finished, and to start creating the thousands of jobs SeaChange claims for them?
SeaChange’s latest project is the Queensway Gateway road. This road will run from Queensway to the A21, right through the middle of the Hollington Valley Local Wildlife Site, described in its designation report as ‘invaluable and irreplaceable’ and ‘one of the best wildlife habitats in Hastings’.