Have your say on A27 Worthing and Lancing improvements

Seven public exhibition events remaining to promote Highways England's proposed improvement scheme.

 
Last updated:
24 July 2017

Highways England is consulting on a proposal to improve the A27 junctions at Worthing and Lancing and wants to hear residents’ views.

The public consultation runs until Tuesday, September 12.

Highways England has arranged a series of public exhibition events, where experts will be on hand to explain the proposals.

You can also pick up a brochure and questionnaire there.

The exhibitions are as follows:

  • Tuesday, July 25 (1-8pm) - Harriet Johnson Centre, Old School House, Loose Lane, Sompting, Lancing BN15 0BG;

  • Saturday, July 29 (10am-2pm) – Impulse Leisure – Lancing Manor, Manor Road, Lancing, BN15 0PH;

  • Saturday, August 12 (10am-2pm) – Impulse Leisure – Lancing Manor, Manor Road, Lancing, BN15 0PH;

  • Tuesday, August 15 (1-8pm) – Richmond Room, Worthing Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing, BN11 1HQ;

  • Wednesday, August 16 (1-8pm) – Harriet Johnson Centre, Old School House, Loose Lane, Sompting, Lancing BN15 0BG;

  • Saturday, September 2 (10am-2pm) – Richmond Room, Worthing Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing, BN11 1HQ;

  • Wednesday, September 6 (1-8pm) – Field Place Manor House, The Boulevard, Worthing, BN13 1NP.

Brochures and questionnaires are also available at local libraries.

You can also tell Highways England what you think by filling in a questionnaire at the exhibitions, online or by posting it free of charge to Freepost A27 Worthing-Lancing.

For more information visit www.highways.gov.uk/a27Worthing-and-Lancing or email: A27WorthingandLancingImprovements@highwaysengland.co.uk.

Or call 0330 123 5000.

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