Horsham Enterprise Park to replace Novartis site

Novartis plans
Novartis plans

After standing empty for more than four years Horsham’s Novartis site is set to be replaced by a new ‘enterprise park’.

West Sussex County Council has put forward proposals to create a mixed-use scheme at the site in Parsonage Way which will see two-thirds turned into business space with the remainder turned into houses.

Louise Goldsmith with Novartis plans

Louise Goldsmith with Novartis plans

More than 150 people attended an exhibition at the Holbrook Club on Wednesday evening (September 26) showcasing the plans where it was also announced the new development will be called the Horsham Enterprise Park.

The council has also released an image today (pictured above) of what is being proposed at the site. For a detailed look at the plans click here: New plans for Horsham Novartis unveiled

Louise Goldsmith, county council Leader, said: “It was wonderful to see so many people, of all different ages, at The Holbrook Club on Wednesday and I would like to thank them for taking the time to attend.

“Feedback from this public consultation will be invaluable, so if you were unable to be there on Wednesday, we would really appreciate it if you would go online to see the proposals, or view them at County Hall North’s reception.”

Novartis site

Novartis site

The plans are set to go back on display at County Hall North (Parkside), in Chart Way, Horsham, from October 1 until October 12.

You can also view them online at westsussex.gov.uk/horshamenterprisepark where you can also leave your feedback on the scheme.