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People have been praised for helping bring COVID-19 infection rates down significantly across West Sussex but should remain cautious to avoid spreading the virus as lockdown eases.
The County Council will be working with Morgan Sindall Group plc to develop surplus County Council land into new homes and commercial premises.
The Review undertaken by the authorities addressed the soft sand supply in West Sussex to 2033
By Councillor Jeremy Hunt, Cabinet Member for Finance, West Sussex County Council
"This project will improve pedestrian access for the whole community, including the school"
On this day one year ago, our country entered a period of national restrictions to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. The pandemic changed our lives overnight and continues to impact on us all.
The County Council has rubber stamped the plan to turn a former council waste site in Sompting into a state-of-the-art energy storage facility.
“This project will improve pedestrian access for the whole community, including the school"
A consultation on the County Council's Post-16 Transport Policy Statement is live until 25 April 2021
Funding of £3 million has been allocated by West Sussex County Council to extend support for residents struggling to pay council tax.
"We apologise for the inconvenience but please bear in mind the scheme will result in a long-term safety improvement, reduced traffic congestion and pollution"
People wishing to visit certain Recycling Centres can avoid queues and long waiting times by booking a slot online as part of the ‘Book To Recycle’ trial scheme.
Over the holiday, the library service will be providing kids (and their families) with a new and exciting blend of virtual and face-to-face activities which will be available online each Tuesday and Thursday.
In total West Sussex County Council will have distributed £1.2m of vouchers for families over the school holidays
“We are liaising with the project team working on Legal and General’s nearby Land North of Horsham project to try to minimise the impact on traffic in the area as much as possible”
Social workers in West Sussex have spoken about overcoming the challenges of COVID-19 to continue to help vulnerable people across the county during the past year.
A new signalised pedestrian crossing being installed on the main A272 in Petworth this month will help residents and visitors cross the road safely.
Teachers, school staff, students and families thanked for responding so well to COVID-19 challenges
We’d like to hear your views on how to improve cycling and walking in Shoreham.
The County Council has responded to current and anticipated demand at its Recycling Centres
A consultation on proposed changes to our Early Help Service is now open for people to take part
Nearly a year on from the first lockdown, three West Sussex residents are sharing their experiences of COVID-19 and urging with others to take the virus seriously.
Safety improvement work is due to start next week to upgrade the existing traffic signals junction which intersects Felpham Road, Felpham Way and Downview Road, Felpham.
Work starts on Monday 8 March to refurbish the double set of traffic signalised junctions at Muster Green and The Broadway in Haywards Heath.
Contracts to rebuild the special school college have been signed ahead of a planning decision
West Sussex businesses looking to make the transition to clean energy and reduce their operating costs can get help through a free online seminar.
Work starts this month to address the current and future on-street parking demand within Chichester.
This year 97.3 per cent of all applicants will be offered one of their three preferences