Demolition in Seaford starts for £6m development

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Demolition work has started to make room for a £6m development in East Sussex.

Warwick House on Sutton Park Road in Seaford, which was built in the 1940s, is being replaced with a new library.

A day care centre for people with dementia will replace the existing services provided at Homefield Place.

The development also includes nine supported flats for people with learning disabilities which will be run by a housing association.

The complex is expected to be open in the first half of 2014.

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