November 14th, 2022.

Morgan Carn release:

Planning permission for 400 riverside homes, has been unanimously approved by Lewes District Council’s planning committee.The scheme also includes a 50 bedroom apartment hotel with gym, various restaurants and cafes. The 300 berth marina is to be completely reconfigured and facilities for berth holders and marina users will be greatly improved.

Owned by Baron Bay, Newhaven Marina, is the third phase of the West Quay Regeneration Project masterplanned by Morgan Carn Architects and will complete the transformation of the West side of Newhaven.

Director John McLean said; “We are delighted that the planning committee unanimously approved such an ambitious application. We are extremely proud to have delivered the first two phases and our mixed-use Marina scheme for Baron Bay is by far the most important project we have ever worked in Newhaven. It will deliver 400 high quality riverside homes, including 141 retirement apartments and many more public benefits including the continuation of the Riverside walkway allowing public access to the waterfront, which has always been a top priority. We have worked closely with the town council and local residents for many years and share their passion for Newhaven. We hope that the Marina will be a catalyst for further investment in the town.”

In addition to the west Quay, Morgan Carn has 150 new houses for Stonewater Housing Association nearing completion on site on the former Parker Pen site as the first phase of its masterplan to transform the Eastside of Newhaven. A pre-application exhibition of Morgan Carn’s proposals for the former Port office site on the Eastside will be announced soon.
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