Littlehampton County Offices is a three-storey property, owned by West Sussex County Council and shared with Sussex Police.
At the time of the August 2021 Key Decision (FP03 21/22) to vacate Centenary House Durrington, options for replacement office space had been identified for County Council staff including for direct engagement with the public. Some of the capacity will be provided by a move to rented accommodation at Durrington Bridge House on a five-year lease. It is intended to provide the balance of the accommodation at Littlehampton County Offices, which will provide an enduring facility for the Council. A feasibility study has identified a solution that will cost £1.1m to refurbish the property, including making adaptations to reduce the carbon footprint of the building and improve accessibility.
The Assistant Director of Property and Assets will be asked to approve the procurement and award of the refurbishment contract and associated expenditure.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure > £500,000;
Decision status: For Determination
Divisions affected: Littlehampton Town;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 24/11/2021
Decision due: May 2022 by Assistant Director (Property and Assets)
Lead member: Assistant Director (Property and Assets)
Contact: Jeremy Rigby, Head of Facilities Management Email: email@example.com Tel: 033 022 26460.
Representation can be made via the officer contact.
Local Member – Littlehampton Town / Cabinet Member for Finance and Property
Democratic Services Contact: Suzannah Hill Tel: 033 022 22551