Environment EcoSeptember 26th, 2022
Help to transform Worthing’s public spacesResidents and visitors are being asked to contribute their ideas for how to improve Worthing’s public spaces for the better.
Conversations between members of The Big Listen team from Worthing Borough Council and residents have highlighted areas within the town that need to be made more accessible, more green and more welcoming.
Now the Council wants to focus on which areas should be addressed first and how they could be improved, and is asking both residents and visitors for their thoughts.
People are being asked to visit the Council’s website to say what places they would like to change, why and what could be done. Among the features that might be considered are better street lighting, extra seating or shelters, or more trees and planting.
Anyone getting involved is encouraged to get creative, using drawings, sketches or pictures of their ideas - including photographs and maps pinpointing specific areas.
The first 100 people to send in their ideas will be given a £25 Worthing gift card that can be used in more than 100 shops in the town. The consultation will run until 21 October.
Cllr Martin McCabe, Worthing’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, said: “The Big Listen has given us a great start by highlighting that people really care about where they live and work, and that they want to see our town change for the better.
“Now we need everyone’s help to pick out exactly where improvements are a priority, and what we should do to make our town better for all of us.”
September 23rd, 2022
Adur & Worthing Councils to showcase sustainability work at Green Dreams FestivalDo you want to find out about Adur & Worthing Councils’ climate and nature work?
The Green Dreams Festival will be returning to Worthing this September and Adur & Worthing Councils will be coming along to talk all things sustainability as well as host some fun activities.
September 23rd, 2022
PUBLIC’S VIEW SOUGHT ON PLANS FOR FORMER LANDFILL SITEThe views of residents are now being sought on plans to transform a former Worthing landfill site into a job-creating high-tech business park.
Years of environmental work at what is now wasteland at Decoy Farm to the east of the borough to make it fit for development are now complete. Now the Council is looking to transform the land into business units to create more employment opportunities.
September 21st, 2022
Council demands improved water quality checksWorthing Borough Council’s Environment and Regeneration chiefs have demanded improved water quality checks from Southern Water in a bid to protect its coastline from pollution.
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