December 8th, 2023

New temporary accommodation could help house local residents in need

More Adur and Worthing residents with nowhere to live will be able to stay closer to their friends and family under new proposals to reduce the cost of homelessness.

Adur & Worthing Councils intend to sign an agreement that would allow up to 37 local people to have roofs over their heads while more permanent homes can be found for them.

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December 1st, 2023

Work starts on disability-friendly allotments in Durrington

People with disabilities will get the chance to take on their own allotment plot, thanks to funding from Worthing Borough Council.

Work has begun on four new accessible allotment plots at Humber Avenue Allotments in West Durrington, after the community interest group that runs the site successfully bid for £15,000 from the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Neighbourhood Fund.

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November 29th, 2023

New homes could be created in plan to preserve Worthing architecture

A pair of decaying, historic buildings in Worthing town centre could be renovated to become much-needed homes for local residents again.

Worthing Borough Council is to consider new proposals to restore the Georgian facade of 5 and 7 High Street while developing the interior into short-term accommodation for those in desperate need of somewhere to live.

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November 28th, 2023

New updated plans for Union Place submitted

Images of how a transformed Union Place could look have been submitted as part of proposals to redevelop the key Worthing site.

Worthing Borough Council intends to partner with building firm Roffey Homes in a regeneration project featuring much-needed sustainable flats and commercial units.

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