We’re developing an extensive range of business schemes over 42 acres of land in north-east Bexhill – the most significant business development area in the county.
This land can accommodate up to 600,000 sq ft of business floor space across two sites. It’s been made accessible for the first time by Combe Valley Way (formerly known as the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road) – shown by this map. East Sussex County Council completed this road in December 2015. For more information about the role of Combe Valley Way in the economic development programme, click here.
The north-east Bexhill business developments have the potential to support a great many jobs by enabling local firms to expand and attracting companies from outside the area, so creating a thriving new business community. Combe Valley Way provides an easy route for employees in Hastings and Bexhill to travel to work at companies based there. Economic experts Genecon forecast that it will boost the local economy by £1 billion over the next 25 years.
Bexhill Enterprise Park South
We’re creating the Bexhill Enterprise Park in stages, with our attention first on Bexhill Enterprise Park South – the area southeast of Combe Valley Way.
It’s a contemporary, light-filled, energy-efficient (EPC rating: A(21)) building with ample on-site parking.
High Weald House stands next to Glovers House, the first property we developed on the Enterprise Park. A high-quality property also around 25,000 sq ft, Glovers House was fully let on completion in December 2015 by expanding company Park Holidays UK.
See a virtual tour of the interior of High Weald House for a detailed look at the offices to let and shared spaces from the comfort of your own home or office.
In addition, we have sites available which can accommodate up to 220,000 sq ft of business premises. And we have outline planning consent to develop a further 360,000 sq ft of Class B1 or B2 premises on Bexhill Enterprise Park North on the northern side of Combe Valley Way.
In terms of connecting roads, we’ve developed Mount View Street to access the Enterprise Park from both Combe Valley Way and, from the south, from Bexhill’s Wrestwood Road.
To the north-west of Combe Valley Way, we’ve developed Haven Brook Avenue, which opened in March 2019, to open up further development land as well as improving local traffic routes.
We welcome hearing from anyone interested in offices in High Weald House or sites in this area. Please get in touch.
Bexhill Enterprise Park North planning appeal
We appealed against Rother District Council’s refusal of planning permission for an industrial scheme for Bexhill Enterprise Park North. Following an appeal hearing in January 2021, the Planning Inspector decided in our favour, paving the way for the scheme to go ahead with the potential to support up to 500 jobs.
Click here to view documents for the appeal.