Planning has been approved by Worthing Borough Council for a block of low-support temporary housing in Clifton Road, with work due to begin in 2022.
The project has been designed for those who have come to the end of their journey out of homelessness. Being near the town centre, seafront, local transport and other amenities, this is a suitable location for those easing back into independent living.
Run by Worthing’s homelessness charity Turning Tides, permanent solutions like Clifton Road are more important than ever due to the significant rise in demand for emergency and temporary accommodation in the area.
These spaces include a living area, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. Being equipped for their temporary nature, they provide individuals with shelter before finding permanent housing.
The designs and materials are influenced by their surroundings, reflecting the textures and colours of nearby houses and St Andrew’s Church. Retained trees will maintain an attractive green presence on the street.Share this