Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan

Find out about the regeneration plans and how they affect the movement of minerals and waste.

To help deliver regeneration and associated infrastructure proposed at Shoreham Harbour, Shoreham Harbour Regeneration Partnership has produced a Joint Area Action Plan (JAAP).

The partnership consists of the local planning authorities of Adur & Worthing, Brighton & Hove City Council and West Sussex County Council, working with Shoreham Port Authority.

The planned regeneration may impact on the safeguarded mineral wharves identified in the adopted Minerals Local Plan. We have worked to ensure they are adequately safeguarded in line with national planning policy and other relevant considerations.

On 31 May 2018, the authorities submitted the plan to the Secretary of State for public examination.

Examination hearing sessions took place on 19 and 20 September 2018. The appointed planning inspector wrote to the councils to recommend Main Modifications to the JAAP to make the plan sound and legally compliant.

The inspector is inviting comments on these modifications between 18 January and 1 March 2019. For more information and to access the relevant documents, please visit the Shoreham Harbour Regeneration web pages.

Shoreham Harbour Regeneration

(Adur & Worthing Council)

Once adopted, the JAAP will form part of the development plan for the area, alongside the Brighton & Hove City Plan, Adur Local Plan and waste and minerals plans.

Latest news, previous consultations and other supporting evidence are available on the Adur & Worthing Councils website.

If you have any questions, or would like to receive regular updates and newsletters, contact the Shoreham Harbour Regeneration Team.

 
Last updated:
17 April 2019

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