What Do You Want In Your New Playground At Beach House Grounds?

Worthing Council has won £135K from Europe some of which has been earmarked to spend on a new playground facility at Beach House Grounds.  But before any play equipment can be ordered we need to know what would appeal to the families using it. Families are asked to come along to the sandcourts on Beach […] Read more »

Worthing & Adur Tourism Update

The annual Worthing and Adur Tourism Industry Forum took place this month and welcomed all those who both work in and support tourism for our beautiful stretch of coastline and country. The Worthing Tourism Information Centre on Marine Parade was officially opened for the summer season, and the forum begun with a presentation from Tourism […] Read more »

Vision For Lancing | Have Your Say

Earlier this year, Adur District Council and Lancing Parish Council jointly commissioned consultants BDP, to prepare a Vision Document for Lancing Village Centre and Seafront.  This document, once completed, will give a clear direction for the regeneration of Lancing over the short, medium and long term. Residents and local interest groups have been really interested […] Read more »

Exciting Plans For Worthing Theatres

Worthing Borough Council’s senior theatres management team has produced a business plan as previously agreed to reduce the net operating cost of the theatres service, by at least 25%, whilst producing a sustainable and viable theatre offer for the future. This plan will be considered by the Joint Strategic Committee at 6.30pm on Tuesday 27th […] Read more »

Housing & Employment Options – Adur District

Adur District Council’s ‘Housing and Employment Options for Consultation’ exercise has now commenced. This will consider how many new homes should be provided and how the economy should grow in the District up to 2028. A leaflet (which includes a questionnaire) is available, which sets out potential options, together with some advantages and disadvantages. The questionnaire […] Read more »

Sussex Chamber’s Fury At Council’s “Unfair” Tendering Policy

By John Keenan, business editor of The Argus A chamber of commerce has accused a council of forcing local firms out of tendering for its business. West Sussex County Council is contracting out many of its support services including finance, human resources, health and safety and IT. But Sussex Enterprise, the Chamber of Commerce for […] Read more »

Councils’ partnership scoops award

Adur and Worthing councils have scooped a prestigious award for their groundbreaking partnership from Improvement and Efficiency South East (IESE).  The two council leaders, Neil Parkin and Paul Yallop and chief executive, Ian Lowrie were presented with the progress through innovation award last Thursday (5/3/10). The award is for delivering significant results through new ways […] Read more »