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West Sussex County Council members and staff, MPs and the High Sheriff took part in the virtual discussion
A decision to carry out further work on potential savings has been agreed by West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet as work continues to bridge a £43.6million budget gap for 2021/22
Residents are being asked to share their views on new plans to make West Sussex a more healthy and sustainable place
“The site works starting next week are a big step forward in the development of Horsham Enterprise Park and have been planned to facilitate early commencement of the first phase of commercial development..."
West Sussex County Council is taking part in an innovative project to develop an app which aims to give greater independence to people living with learning disabilities.
Potential savings for the year ahead will be set out by West Sussex County Council in a public meeting on 24th November
People in West Sussex are being invited to take part in a survey to find out how Covid-19 restrictions have affected their response to climate change
Further cases of Avian Flu in both wild birds and domestic flocks have been confirmed in different parts of the UK.
The Local Outbreak Engagement Board (LOEB) has met to discuss further steps in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in West Sussex.
The annual celebration of children in care and care leavers in West Sussex was held in a different format, but their many achievements shone through just as brightly.
"The new plan will set out how we aim to continue supporting the economy and communities while protecting the environment"
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is warning residents of the dangers of electrical fires following a fire involving a phone charger.
West Sussex County Council and the South Downs National Park Authority are inviting feedback on proposed modifications to the Soft Sand Review
West Sussex County Council will continue to provide practical support, help and advice to people across the county as the country enters its second lockdown.
“We remain committed to our long-standing, walking and cycling strategy with all the permanent benefits this will bring for active and sustainable travel”