In August 2018 the Arun Growth Deal, identified Littlehampton Public Realm Improvements (LHPRI) in the town centre as a priority for the regeneration of the West Sussex coastal economy.
The LHPRI project is key to the economic regeneration of the Littlehampton coastal town centre, aligning with the Economic Reset Plan (2020-24) and ‘Our Council Plan’ (2021-25). The LHPRI scheme responds to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and supports growth of the Littlehampton visitor economy and hospitality sector and promotes sustainable travel options and connectivity by upgrading the urban digital infrastructure. The County Council contribution is aligned to the recent Arun Levelling Up award.
The Terminus Road phase aims to create an attractive environment and accessible public space around Littlehampton station. The design will create a gateway for visitors, with enhance access points, upgrades to paving and clear crossing points. The aim is to promote sustainable modes of transport such as walking and cycling, support carbon reduction and community connectivity and wellbeing benefits.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure > £500,000;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Divisions affected: Littlehampton Town;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 15/12/2021
Decision due: March 2022 by Cabinet Member for Support Services and Economic Development
Lead member: Councillor Steve Waight email@example.com
Contact: Nick Burrell, Strategic Manager (OPE and Growth), Place Services Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 033 022 23881.
Representation can be make via the officer contact.
Democratic Services Contact: Suzannah Hill Tel: 033 022 22551