Parking restrictions to be introduced around Angmering Railway Station

New parking restrictions will be introduced in some of the roads around Angmering Railway Station.

 
Last updated:
2 July 2015

Parking restrictions will be introduced in some of the roads around Angmering Railway Station.

The decision was made at the recent meeting of the Joint Eastern Arun Area Committee.

The changes include restricting waiting times along part of Worthing Road as well as the introduction of double yellow lines along parts of Worthing Road, Copse View and The Street.

Graham Tyler, Chairman of the Joint Eastern Arun CLC, said: “Concerns about congestion and obstructions had been raised about parking on roads in the vicinity of Angmering Railway Station.

“We considered the proposals, as well as responses we have received from residents, and felt the benefits to the community outweighed any objections.

“However, we do appreciate the whole area around the station does need to be reviewed and this is something we will be looking to do.”

Also during the meeting, the West Sussex County Council Committee members agreed to distribute nearly £25,000 to local organisations.

Prevention and Wellbeing Grants were awarded to:

  • Arun Co-ordinated Community Transport - £1500;
  • Blueprint 22 - £1500; 
  • Cancer United - £1000;
  • Cruse West Sussex Area - £100;
  • Ferring Retirement Club - £500;
  • Let’s dance - £1000;
  • Lifecentre - £400;
  • Littlehampton Shopmobility - £2000;
  • Littlehampton Tea and Chat - £1500;
  • My Sisters House - £1392.50;
  • PBS Foundation - £64.96;
  • Rustington Social Club - £2000;
  • SASBAH - £250;
  • St Barnabas House - £1000; and
  • St Peters House Project - £200.

Four Community Initiative Fund grants were also awarded to:

  • Sussex Steel - £2,500 to purchase a set of steel pans with cases and stands;
  • William Older Playgroup - £3,500 towards creating a safe play environment for children aged two to five years;
  • Angmering Community Centre Association - £500 towards the purchase and installation of fans; and
  • Girlguiding Rustington District - £4,000 for the installation of fire doors, wheelchair access ramp and handrail.


 

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