Although George had recently signed dual forms for Eastbourne Utd he agreed a final day switch back into the Bostik South East as Heath look to cement their play off place.
Eastbourne Utd had early on Thursday announced the move but there was lots of paperwork still to be completed and nothing confirmed until late in the day when everything had been accepted by the league.
George Landais represented the Republic of Ireland at under-16 level while on the books of Millwall, before going on to play youth and reserve team football for Aldershot Town.
He joined Horsham for the first time in 2011 via Croydon Athletic, but then had the first of two spells in Sweden after which he returned to the UK and turned out for Herne Bay, Redhill, Chichester City and Tooting & Mitcham United.
He continued to do what he does best, scoring 68 goals for Littlehampton Town, prompting Lewes to come in for him.
Last season for Horsham, Landais scored 12 league goals in 18 starts and so far this season has 11 goals for the Wasps.
The club would like to thank East Grinstead Town for their assistance in the transfer and all at the club welcome George for the remainder of the season.
Updated 20:25 - 29 Mar 2019 by Stuart Morgan