On September 1st, two dedicated bus routes linking Westvale Park to Horley Town Centre, Horley railway station and Crawley will be unveiled. The two new services will be called the 422 and 424.
The new 422 route will run via Reigate, Horley Town Centre and Gatwick South Terminal (A23). The 424 service will operate via Redhill and East Surrey Hospital. Both routes will benefit from hourly services and combined they will deliver a half hourly service through the development for the benefit of residents and the wider community.
Situated in the picturesque town of Horley, Westvale Park is a traditional collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes and two-bedroom apartments. To date, the Westvale Park developers have already provided £1.62m of funding towards new infrastructure, such as the new bus service and cycle and pedestrian routes. Further funding will be provided in the future as the Westvale Park community continues to grow, including significant contributions to education, transport, open space and community facilities.
Managing Director of Crest Nicholson Strategic Projects, Andrew Dobson, commented: “The launch of the new bus routes connecting residents to popular local hotspots, such as Crawley and Gatwick Airport, is the next milestone for Westvale Park. With plans in place for shops, pubs, restaurants, play areas and a local community hall, we are proud of the thriving community that has already begun to develop at this popular village-style development”
The bus service is being introduced by Southdown, in partnership with Surrey County Council and Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and is jointly funded by the developers of Westvale Park and Surrey County Council.
Located equal distances from Brighton and London, residents at Westvale Park are in the perfect spot for travel across the south of England, making this development a dream for commuters. Gatwick Airport is easily accessible, while direct lines to London mean that residents at Westvale Park are able to experience the best of countryside life in Surrey, whilst working in the capital.
Homes at Westvale Park are available from £299,950 for a two-bedroom apartment, with many available using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme. *Terms and conditions apply. For more information, call 01293 977980, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website on https://www.crestnicholson.com/developments/westvale-park/.