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'The extra £540,000 is great news and further proof of just how seriously we take the pothole problem in West Sussex'
Residents are urged to be alert to scams and not to “miss a trick,” by West Sussex Trading Standards Service.
'By investing in full fibre infrastructure now, we are getting our buildings ready for the future, to benefit our public services, their users and our residents'
Volunteers play a crucial role for West Sussex County Council, giving their time generously and making a difference to a wide range of county council services.
“We are aware that this is a very busy stretch of road but have been assured everything will be done to try to limit disruption as much as possible"
“We apologise for the inconvenience caused during these essential works and would like to thank residents for their patience”
The report details two routes, one improving the current route to the south of the city and the other, a new bypass route to the north
Everyone who eats out in West Sussex is encouraged to answer a few short questions about the food hygiene of local restaurants.
Up to £5 million has been allocated to redesign South Street and Portland Road to kickstart the Public Realm project
The consultation will run until 15 June 2018.
There is still time to have your say on the way West Sussex County Council delivers some adult social care services.
Community organisations came together this week to launch an exciting new crowdfunding project in West Sussex.
Action is being taken to provide a long-term solution to a road issue at Rumbolds Hill in Midhurst.
The stabilisation work will enable the bridge to be fully opened again but there will be a full closure for about nine days from 23 May
There’s still time for people to have their say on a plan for West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service.
Sussex residents have the chance to pose their questions to the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) at a meeting next month.
The survey runs from 21 May to 30 June 2018.
West Sussex County Council Leader Louise Goldsmith will be holding a live Q&A session on Twitter next Tuesday 22 May.
West Sussex schools could get a cash boost by encouraging parents, carers and staff to switch to their local, council-backed energy supplier.
In our ongoing bid to combat crime and anti-social behaviour in West Sussex, residents are asked to share their experiences in a short survey.
A recent Ofsted visit in March inspected the county’s Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) for children.
The report recognised that in West Sussex there is ‘a clear and well-focused SEND strategy’ alongside an accurate recognition of the improvements which are still needed.
Details of the environmental mitigation package to accompany the proposed road are eagerly awaited
'We’ve had a very good response to the consultation so far, but we want to hear as many views as possible'
The consultation will run until 25 May 2018.
To mark World Fair Trade Day (12 May), West Sussex County Council is celebrating its new status as a Fairtrade County.
A series of special events to raise awareness of mental health issues and support those affected is taking place in West Sussex libraries.
Residents are invited to a number of drop-in and chat events for Foster Care Fortnight.
It has been agreed that the feasibility study will consider three options.
Project includes installing traffic calming, in the form of two raised tables, between Queensway and Queens Road junctions