Haywards Heath railway station redevelopment work begins

Computer image of redevelopment Image copyright SOlum
Image caption The developers said they expect the scheme to be completed by September 2016

Work on a £35m scheme to redevelop a railway station in West Sussex has begun after it was delayed for a year.

The redevelopment of Haywards Heath station includes a new forecourt with shops and a new car park for 1,050 vehicles.

A Waitrose supermarket will be built to the east of the station.

The developers said the delay was due to additional plans for more car park spaces and a bridge linking it to the station's platforms.

The scheme will be completed in September 2016.

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