Business News

December 16th, 2022

Union Place Hoardings - in partnership with Northbrook College

A new series of hoardings have now been erected around the Union Place development site.
The hoardings, which have been designed by Time for Worthing and funded by Worthing Borough Council, complement those already installed at Teville Gate and the Health Hub development site on Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing.

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November 28th, 2022

New electric charging points proposed for Adur and Worthing

Using an electric vehicle in Adur and Worthing will become far easier with the roll-out of public charging points - with the community helping to decide where they should go.

Adur & Worthing Councils is working with West Sussex County Council and Connected Kerb on the installation of charging points in a £1.8 million project.

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November 28th, 2022

Community urged to have their say on plans for Union Place in Worthing

Residents and businesses have the chance to have their say on plans to transform Worthing’s derelict Union Place site with 200 new homes.

Worthing Borough Council is working with developer Roffey Homes on a scheme to use the former police station site and the adjacent NCP car park and High Street short-stay car park for housing.

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November 18th, 2022

Local businesses surveyed over cost of living

Businesses across Adur and Worthing are being asked to share details of how the cost of living is affecting their trade and their staff.

Adur & Worthing Councils have launched a new survey with Adur & Worthing Business Partnership (AWBP) and Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce to find out how local traders of all sizes are coping with the cost of living crisis - and if there are ways they can be helped.

The survey includes questions on how rising costs, interest rates and ongoing financial uncertainty are affecting companies in the area, especially after the COVID-19 lockdowns that hugely impacted independent businesses.

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