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Leading company intends to open

STARBUCKS has been named as another high profile tenant of a planned business development north of Bognor Regis.

 

The international chain of coffee houses is set to join Warburton’s and Aldi if the Salt Box scheme is approved.

 

As report, Landlink Estates has applied to Arun District Council for planning permission for the proposal next to the A29 Shripney Road.

 

The intention of Starbucks to become one of the occupiers – the Richmond Motor Group will be another – was revealed this week by the Coastal West Sussex Partnership.

 

Caroline Wood, the partnership’s director, praised the Salt Box proposals as one of the region’s leading development projects.

 

The partnership brings together senior leaders from the public and private sectors to champion economic growth.

 

She said creating jobs on the Salt Box site fitted that vision. The land is part of the Enterprise Bognor Regis area for 70 hectares of land created by Arun District Council to boost the town’s economy.

 

It also includes another site on the opposite side of the A27 at Oldlands Farm. Its 23.8ha would bring forward a mix of both commercial and retail development.

 

“It’s an exciting time for the area, with great new opportunities for businesses and a good number of new homes.

 

“There are some large development opportunities coming forward along the coast in Worthing, Shoreham, Chichester and Bognor Regis,” she added.
she highlighted two other sites in Lancing and Shoreham.

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