News: A2300 Drop in Sessions

Posted on 26th September 2018

INVITATION – Remaining drop-in sessions at the Hickstead Hotel and Hurstpierpoint Village Centre


On behalf of West Sussex County Council, I have the pleasure of inviting you to the two remaining drop-in session about our proposals to improve the A2300 Corridor.


To ease congestion and make the journeys safer and more reliable, we propose to improve the A2300 corridor by widening the road from single to dual carriageway and will provide a footway/ cycleway along the northern verge from Burgess Hill to the A2300/ A23 interchange and the National Cycle Network. The improvements will reduce congestion, facilitate growth and improve access to employment opportunities.


Phase 1 of the A2300 Corridor improvements scheme will deliver over £20m investment in highways, and help to unlock significant improvements to Burgess Hill. It will attract over £1bn of inward investment into the wider area.


It is part of a wider package of investment in local infrastructure being delivered as part of the Burgess Hill Strategic Growth Programme that will facilitate the transformative change of the town through significant improvements in housing, jobs, infrastructure, social and community facilities.


The Burgess Hill Strategic Growth Programme is supported by all tiers of government and was established in the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership Strategic Economic Plan, Mid Sussex District

Plan and also the Burgess Hill Town-wide strategy.


Remaining drop-in sessions


Your views are very important to us. The session will provide you with details of our proposals and it is also an opportunity for you provide feedback, and to meet the project team who will be available to answer your questions. The two remaining sessions will be held at:


  • The Hickstead Hotel, Jobs Lane, Hickstead RH17 5NZ

Thursday 27 September, 4pm – 8pm


  • Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY

Wednesday 3 October, 2.30pm – 6.30pm


If you are unable to attend, but wish to provide feedback or need further information, please contact the project team direct by email:


Further details are also available online

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