A place to prosper
- Business park with specialist employment area provision to support local businesses
- Direct access to major transport corridors
- Location within one of the South East’s largest economies, the Gatwick Economic Area
- New office space and business support provisions through the new district centre
- New job generation through the expansion of existing facilities and introduction of new shops, businesses, transport services and GP hub
A place to rest and play
- Formal parks and gardens
- Semi-natural open space
- Children and young person play spaces
- Outdoor sports provision, including formal sports pitches
- Creation of new wildlife-rich habitats such as woodland and wildflower meadow
- Restoration and enhancement of the Redhill Brook
- Protection of existing wildlife habitats, such as woodland
- Benefits to species including birds, insects, fish and water voles
- Integration of wildlife-friendly features into buildings such as bird boxes, bat boxes and insect hotels
- Creation of new wildlife corridors through the site
Lysander Park is ideally suited for local employers in the centre of the Gatwick Diamond Economic Area and Coast2Capital LEP.
The Gatwick Diamond Economic Area is one of the South East’s strongest economies. It provides a key link to London in under 30 minutes and is home to an estimated 45,000 businesses with strong national and international connections.
Lysander Park will deliver a new business district served by the a new M23 junction. It will have access to major transport corridors, global airlinks and rail connections offering access to the UK and the continent.
Business in the region will have access to new flexible business space and improved transport infrastructure. This will free up one of the UK’s strongest economies, effectively allowing businesses and their staff to develop and grow.
Lysander Park will inspire a new level of motivation, innovation and productivity amongst employees old and new. For home workers, support services will be available locally.
Leisure and recreation
The centrepiece of the community is a rolling parkland through the heart of Lysander Park. Centred on the Redhill Brook and Salfords Stream, the park offers spectacular landscaping focused on leisure and recreation.
The highlight of the restoration of Redhill Brook is a sprawling new network of public parkland paths – designed to connect Lysander Park to the wider Surrey countryside.
Strategic green buffers retain other neighbouring communities local identity and safeguard from encroachment; preserving the setting and special character of historic towns.
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By respecting the legacy of the past and understanding the needs of the East Surrey community of the
present, we can realise an integrated placemaking vision of the future.