A2300 corridor improvements scheme

Details of the development of the A2300 corridor improvements scheme in Burgess Hill.

(Position at September 2018)


The A2300 links Burgess Hill to the A23/M23 strategic road corridor and is an important route for people commuting to and from Burgess Hill.

In 2011, Mid Sussex District Council’s Transport Study identified that the A2300 would require improvements to increase its capacity to support the planned development in Burgess Hill. West Sussex County Council (WSCC) subsequently commissioned a feasibility study to explore possible improvement options.

Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (C2C LEP) identified Burgess Hill as a priority in its 2014 Strategic Economic Plan with the objective of generating economic growth through housing and employment.

£17m was allocated by central government through the C2CLEP Local Growth Deal as a contribution to the A2300 corridor improvements scheme, conditional on delivering the business case and value for money. WSCC is the scheme promoter and responsible for delivering the scheme.

Public engagement

We have completed the design development for the Phase 1 proposals and we want to hear your views on them, and where possible, we will consider enhancements to the design. In addition, we are also seeking your suggestions about the development of further phases of sustainable transport improvements to the west of Burgess Hill.

You can find out more by attending one of the drop-in sessions that will take place between Tuesday 18 September and Wednesday 3 October 2018 in Burgess Hill.

If you're unable to attend the drop-in session, there is an opportunity of having your say via our online engagement, which is available until midnight on Sunday 28 October 2018.

Last updated:
13 September 2018

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