THE POTTERIES is the next phase of development at Kings Weald, the beautiful new community on the former site of Keymer Brick and Tile Works in Burgess Hill.

Launching on Saturday, February 9 at 10am, The Potteries is a stunning collection of two and three bedroom homes in a location that is ideal for commuting to the south coast or into the capital.

When the tileworks ceased production in the 1970s, the land was left for development, allowing for the area to be reclaimed by a wide variety of plants, wildflowers and animals. Retaining adequate environments for local flora and fauna has been a key aspect of the development at Kings Weald and the latest phase is no different. The Potteries borders existing open space, which has been safeguarded and enhanced with native species, footpaths, nature trails, a number of ponds, and wooded areas, providing new residents with lush green surroundings to explore and an environment designed to both encourage and protect local biodiversity.

Encouraging healthy, active lifestyles is also an important objective at Kings Weald, with sport pitches, a Trim Trail with timber fitness equipment, and play areas all included within the specially created conservation area and maintained open green spaces.

The houses at The Potteries are designed to reduce energy demands, with many homes on the development fitted with photovoltaic (PV) solar panels. The electricity produced by these panels is connected to a consumer unit and will provide a proportion of a home’s electrical requirements. Any surplus electricity is fed back to the grid, with supplementary power supplied by the National Grid, as required.

Commuting from The Potteries is simple. Burgess Hill Rail Station is just a 15 minute walk away, with regular trains to both Brighton (a 15 minute journey), East Croydon (a 33 minute journey) and London Victoria (a 50 minute journey), making The Potteries at Kings Weald perfectly located for commuting to both the south coast and the city.

For more information, please call 0333 321 8908 or visit