You can apply for a brown road sign to help residents and visitors find local businesses or attractions within West Sussex.
Signs can be used for local attractions and facilities, such as:
- theme parks
- historic buildings
- guest houses/hotels
- camp sites
- leisure complexes.
2 Costs and payment
There is a non-refundable fee of £112.10 for assessing your application.
You will be asked to make payment using our online payment service on receipt of your application.
3 How to apply
Check you are eligible
As the application fee is non-refundable, please read the guidance documents below before you apply to ensure you meet the criteria.
Make an application
To make an application you can apply online.Apply for a private or tourist sign
4 What happens next
Once you have submitted your application form, you will be contacted for payment of the £112.10 non-refundable fee.
Once this is confirmed your application will be allocated to an officer who will make contact with you within 20 working days.
You will need to liaise with a contractor to design and install the signs.
5 Design and installation
The County Council is not able to provide a design and installation service. You will be required to commission a company to design a sign proposal that is compliant with the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016 and Chapter 7: Traffic Signs Manual 2013.
The contractor will require £10 million public liability insurance and appropriate New Roads and Street Works 1991 accreditation in order to install the equipment on the highway.