June 1st, 2021

Young people in Adur and Worthing urged to Kickstart their employment opportunities

Young people looking for exciting employment opportunities have been given the chance to discover more about the Kickstart programme during a series of dedicated drop-in sessions.

Adur & Worthing Councils have been recognised by JobCentre Plus as a leading gateway provider for Kickstart opportunities in the area.

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June 1st, 2021

Work underway on Worthing’s seafront pop-up terrace

An exciting pop-up project which will turn under-utilised land overlooking Worthing seafront into a brand new food, drink and wellbeing hub will open in a matter of weeks.

Innovative property company QED will start work this week to transform the open-air terrace at Grafton multi-storey car park into a temporary food and drink outlet for local independent businesses.

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May 28th, 2021


Gaisford Councillor Kevin Jenkins is urging local traders and residents to yet again come together and oppose the proposed installation by Hutchinson UK Ltd of a 5G telecommunications mast and cabinets on the grass area in front of Cricketers Parade in Broadwater. In this new application the mast has been reduced to 15 metres in height, but would still have four cabinets extending in length over 6 metres along the edge of the grassed area at the front of Cricketers parade.

The proposal has been submitted to Worthing Borough Council planning department for decision, despite the previous refusal on the grounds of ‘The proposed mast, by virtue of its siting adjacent to the Broadwater Green Conservation Area and proximity to the Broadwater Conservation Area and height substantially exceeding that of surrounding streetworks and buildings within a well used shopping parade would adversely the visual character of the area and the setting of the adjacent and nearby Conservation Areas.

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May 26th, 2021

Support for Renters at Risk of Homelessness Stepped Up

Proactive support for tenants who may face homelessness due to a “perfect storm” of COVID-related issues is being offered by Adur & Worthing Councils.

The end of furlough, drop in casual vacancies and increase in unemployment - all of which are connected with the pandemic - has placed many people in private housing under financial pressure.

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