Worthing pub demolition begins – ready for it to be turned into 'contemporary apartments'

The site of a former town centre pub is to be transformed into eight contemporary apartments by an independent developer.

Demolition work has already begun at the Wheatsheaf Pub, in Richmond Road, with the apartments are due to be completed in the spring/summer of 2023.

Final orders were called in 2017 and after two previous development bids being refused, it was third time lucky in March, 2020, where planning was finally approved.

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Demolition work has begun at the former Wheatsheaf pub

The bespoke development will comprise three 1-bedroom apartments, two 1-2-bedroom apartments, two 2-bedroom homes and a top-floor penthouse.

The homes on the Wheatsheaf site will all benefit from private outdoor space in the form of either a balcony, terrace, or patio, and will feature modern open-plan living spaces, integrated kitchens, and luxury bathrooms.

Leases for the development will be 125 years.

Artist's impression of how the Wheatsheaf development could look
The Wheatsheaf pub after it had closed