Our Developments team sells Friday Street Farm site in Langney, Eastbourne, to Chartway.

Friday Street Farm Site in Langney
Home News Our Developments team sells Friday Street Farm site in Langney, Eastbourne, to Chartway.

We’ve sold Friday Street Farm, a site for 250 new homes in Langney, Eastbourne, to Chartway Partnerships Group, a South East England based homebuilder.

The 35-acre site benefits from outline planning permission for the construction of 250 new homes, which was granted by Wealden District Council and Eastbourne Borough Council. The scheme will feature a multi-tenure approach that includes Private Sale, Affordable, and Private Rent homes, to create a diverse and inclusive community. It will also include allotments, playing field and green spaces.

The Friday Street project also marks the start of a new relationship between Wates and Chartway, who share a commitment to delivering new, sustainable, high-quality homes and community placemaking.  

The development will place a strong emphasis on sustainability, incorporating homes designed to support biodiversity. The inclusion of community open space will be an integral part of the Friday Street development.

We are delighted to have completed the land sale of this site to Chartway Homes, to bring 250 new homes to Langney, Eastbourne. Chartway share our commitment to creating sustainable developments that drive a lasting and positive impact for communities and the environment”.

David Brocklebank

Executive Managing Director, Wates Developments

Friday Street builds on our existing presence in East Sussex, over in Hastings we are currently delivering a brownfield regeneration project, developing 151 mixed-tenure new homes. Thank you to the hard work from all teams involved in the acquisition particularly to the team at Wates Developments and we look forward to developing the site to create a new community for the vibrant town of Eastbourne.”

Steve Cresswell

Group CEO, Chartway

Chartway will submit a reserved matters planning application in June 2024, and anticipate commencing on-site in February 2025.