Worthing has proven itself to be a vibrant coastal town, offering arts, culture, and economic growth… We are really thrilled to be a part of Worthing’s future. It is an exciting place where people want to live, work, and thrive.
Graeme Culliton, BoKlok UK Managing Director and Country Manager
We’re BoKlok, the Swedish housing developer, jointly owned by construction company, Skanska and home refurbishment specialists, IKEA. We’re delighted to begin making a development that people living in Worthing will want to make their home.
‘BoKlok on the Lake’ at Fulbeck Avenue, West Durrington will be our second UK development and we are excited to be starting work.
We have already built more than 12,000 homes across Sweden, Finland, and Norway, using sustainable off-site manufacturing methods, giving more people the opportunity to own a quality, sustainable home, at a lower price than the current market value. We do this by collaborating with local authorities, housing associations and private landowners who have similar aspirations for local economies to thrive.
BoKlok on the Lake will deliver 152 high quality homes as one of BoKlok’s flagship schemes in the UK. It supports and exceeds the Council’s affordable housing policy aims by the inclusion of 74 affordable homes within the development.
Worthing has proven itself to be a vibrant coastal town, offering arts, culture, and economic growth. We believe the scheme will enhance Fulbeck Avenue and its surroundings through the delivery of a ‘Green Heart’ landscape centrepiece, creating public open space for the community. We are really thrilled to be a part of Worthing’s future. It is an exciting place where people want to live, work, and thrive.
We aim to bring difference to the UK housing market, but a positive difference that embraces our Swedish heritage. We design properties that feature plenty of natural light, high ceilings and outdoor green space, which contributes to safe and positive communities.
Visit our online channels to see the types of homes that will be available in Worthing soon.