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Angmering Grange - Update

Earlier this year, an information suite opened in Rustington for Angmering Grange, the new 74 bed care home which will provide residential, nursing and dementia care and create 100 jobs locally.

Whilst the home is being built in Angmering, the information suite, situated at 11 Sea Lane, Rustington, will be open Monday – Saturday, 9am-5pm. At the information suite, visitors will get the opportunity to ask the Angmering Grange Care Home team, any questions they have about the home or employment opportunities and get an idea of what the new home will look like once completed.

Opening in late autumn 2022, Angmering Grange on Pound Place, Roundstone Lane will feature award-winning design innovations and home comforts. Facilities will include; an ice cream parlour, cinema, therapy room, hair salon, and reminiscence room. Each bedroom will be elegantly furnished, have an en-suite bathroom and those on the ground floor will have access to their own patio. Other communal areas comprise of a café, garden room, outdoor roof terrace and several dining rooms which will enable relatives to have a meal with their loved ones on occasion. Angmering Grange will also have 16 luxurious suites with a lounge, fully-fitted kitchenette, a dining area and a large en-suite.

For more information, phone KateFitches on 01903-444214.

17 May 2022

Jubilee Flag raised at Village Hall

Angmering commenced its celebrations of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at midday today (Bank Holiday Monday) when a Jubilee flag was raised outside Angmering Village Hall. Village Hall Flagmaster, Roger Miles, gave a welcoming address and explained the significance of the celebrations, particularly for the younger generation in our community. The event was attended by the chair of Angmering Parish Council, Nikki Hamilton-Street.

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Kai Olliver-Page, a student at The Angmering School, undertook the inaugural raising of the Platinum Jubilee Flag on behalf of the community, accompanied by Charlie Roswell, a pupil at St Margaret's CoE Primary School, and by Emily Lambert, a pupil at St Wilfrid's RC Primary School.

Charlie will continue the celebration at midday on Spring Bank Holiday, Thursday 2 June, which is the exact day 69 years on when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned. He will raise the Union Flag which is the traditional commemoration of the day. Emily will hold centre stage when her moment arrives the following Sunday at 5.00pm to conclude this unique extended Bank Holiday event. She will have the honour of re-raising the Platinum Jubilee Flag which will remain aloft until 31 December 2022.

2 May 2022

Planning Applications

A/73/22/HH: Single storey side/front extension. 73 Lloyd Goring Close.

A/74/22/PL: New mobile home to be located on the application site to provide management residence. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan and is in CIL Zone 3 (Zero Rated) as other development. Dappers Yard, Barn Farm, Dappers Lane.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 20 May 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

1 May 2022

Scouts & Guides get grants for re-roofing of HQ

Contractors started work erlier this moth on the re-felting the roof of the 1st Angmering Scouts and Guides' Headquarters in Rectory Lane, and will be on site for approximately 3 weeks. The area around the building has been fenced off for safety reasons and Health & safety documentation has been supplied by Southern Asphalte Ltd. The work will cost £9,348 and grants towards the costs have been received from Angmering Parish Council, Angmering Heritage Trust, Aubrey Fletcher Recreation Trust, Arnold Clark Community Fund and the Jack Clavey Trust. The Group raised the balance by holding fund raising events.

20 April 2022

Planning Applications

A/270/21/OUT: Readvertisement due to revised plans and documents. Hybrid application comprising: Full planning application for the development of 160 No dwellings with open space, landscaping and sustainable drainage systems (SuDs), and two vehicular access points from Arundel Road; Outline Application with all matters reserved except access for up to 1,393 sqm of Class E floorspace with associated parking provision. This site is a Departure from the Development Plan. Land off Arundel Road.

A/59/22/PL: Variation of condition 4 imposed under A/74/13 relating to hours of operation. Vinery Fields, Arundel Road, Poling

A/56/22/HH: Single storey rear flat roof extension. Creston, Honey Lane.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 8 May 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

20 April 2022

Planning Applications

A/28/22/HH: Single storey mono pitch roofed extension. Single Storey front extension and conversion of garage to habitable use. 27 Beech View.

A/33/22/HH: Single storey rear extension and installation of front canopy. 5 Ham Manor Farm Cottages, West Drive.

A/37/22/PL: Redevelopment of redundant agricultural outbuildings to form 2 No. holiday lets. This is a dual application with the South Down National Park. Manor Barn, Ecclesden Lane.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 14 April 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

24 March 2022

Hedgehog Highways

Go along to Angmering Parish Council office in The Square on Saturday 2 April between 10am and 1pm and learn about hedgehog highways and get tips on making your garden safe for hedgehogs. Bring a can of dog or cat food (meat only - no fish) in exchange for a hedgehog highway. All donations will be given to WADARS.

23 March 2022

Housebuilder makes donation to Angmering Charity

Local housebuilder David Wilson Homes has donated £1,000 to Angmering-based charity Cancer United . David Wilson Homes are currently building some 175 dwellings at their Ecclesden Park development to the south of Water Lane. The donation was made as part of David Wilson Southern Counties' Community Fund initiative, which sees the housebuilder reinvest into the local communities surrounding its developments. Earlier this month, the housebuilders made a donation of £1000 to Angmering Community Centre (see news article dated 4 March).

Cancer United aims to help individuals and their families whose lives have been changed by a cancer diagnosis, offering social environments where people come together to improve physical and mental wellness. The charity offers fitness training that is tailored towards the patients' needs and capabilities with their cancer-specific gym, the first of its kind in the UK. The donation from David Wilson Southern Counties will help the staff continue to lead the tailored fitness sessions, such as swimming, football, and general exercise classes, which are available in person or online.

Kimberley Benson, Sales and Marketing Director for David Wilson Southern Counties, commented: "As a community-oriented housebuilder, our goal is to ensure that local residents have access to vital services such as active recovery groups and emotional wellbeing support for those that need it. Cancer United is an antidote to the loneliness that a cancer diagnosis can create, by bringing people together and forming a united front to combat this disease."

Jan Sheward, Founder and Chair of Cancer United (see photo above), commented: "I wanted to create a place where those with cancer could find comfort and guidance, whether it's simply for a chat over coffee or to take part in other events, like our bi-annual OutRunCancer run, or our fitness and singing classes. The donation from David Wilson Southern Counties will help us to sustain the unique and valuable work that we do."

David Wilson Southern Counties is building new homes at Ecclesden Park in Angmering. Currently available is a selection of three and four-bedroom homes, with prices starting from £434,995 for a three-bedroom home. For further information about David Wilson Homes or the new homes available at Ecclesden Park, please visit www.dwh.co.uk or call 0333 355 8499 or visit their sales office on Weavers Hill (parking available).

21 March 2022

Planning Applications

A/28/22/HH: Single storey mono pitch roofed extension. Single Storey front extension and conversion of garage to habitable use. 27 Beech View.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 7 April 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

19 March 2022

Snippets from the draft minutes of Angmering Parish Council meeting of 7 March 2022

Replacement of iPads - Cllr. N Hamilton-Street explained why the current iPads needed to be replaced (originally purchased in 2015). They have continued to save the council money in both paper and printing costs and cost less then £50 in the last 3 years to maintain. All 4 quotes were discussed and questions asked regarding cases, use of a keyboard and how the process of swapping the iPads would work so that Councillors would not be without them for too long. Tracy Lees explained the process and this was accepted. After a lengthy discussion the following was agreed. RESOLUTION: Cllr. Bicknell PROPOSED that option 4 (not published ....Ed) should be taken. Cllr. Marsh SECONDED, and ALL AGREED

Honey Lane - Funding for resurfacing - Cllr. N Hamilton-Street explained this has been an on-going issue for many years and referred people to the supporting paper. A representative for the Honey Lane Allotment Committee was present at the meeting and it was explained that the Residents had conducted structural plan pulled together by a WSCC approved/preferred supplier. Cllr. N Hamilton-Street talked through the amounts being given from each party and the amount of shortfall, a lengthy discussion then took place. The member of the Allotment Committee asked what due diligence APC will undertake on the repairs, Cllr. N Hamilton-Street explained that as the inspection and works would be carried out by an approved contractor from WSCC. The general feeling was that the repair work should be done as Honey Lane was used by the community and not just the residents of the lane. Concerns were raised that if the landowner was asked to contribute would this mean the rent for the allotments would be put up. Cllr. N Hamilton Street said we can only look at the situation as it is now. She also suggested that a contribution from the landowner should be insisted on and equal to what APC would be contributing. The Clerk said that the request for CiL money to the SDNP had still not come back and if it was not granted the situation would need to be re-assessed. RESOLUTION: Cllr. N Hamilton-Street PROPOSED that APC earmark £10,000 to contribute to the repair of the lane and that the landowner be contacted to do the same. Cllr. Harris SECONDED, and ALL AGREE

Budget 2022/2023 - Cllr. N Hamilton-Street talked through the supporting paper and asked if there were any questions. Cllr. N Hamilton-Street also clarified why there was no increase this year in the precept. .

The full Minutes can be read here

11 March 2022

Planning Applications

A/24/22/HH: Change of use of external shed/ storage to habitable room. This application may affect the character and appearance of the Angmering Conservation Area. Ground Floor Flat, Marino, High Street.

A/26/22/HH: Single storey rear pitched roof extension. Creston, Honey Lane.

A/27/22/HH: Creation of hard standing parking space in the front garden. 4 Weavers Hill.

A/31/22/HH: Installation of a front porch. Cocoa Cottage, 6 Arundel Road.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 31 March 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

11 March 2022

Flooring shop opens in village centre

Lee Francis Flooring opened its doors today as a new shop in The Square - next to Big Fry. They have a large range of carpet samples and other floorings (including Karndean and kitchen vinyls). Owners Lee Francis and Hannah Saunders welcomed villagers and visitors with a free glass of Prosecco and cakes to celebrate the opening.

Lee said: "We are so happy to have opened in the village. We live in the village and love being a part of this community. We hope you can all welcome us to the village and we look forward to meeting all the people we haven't met yet."

Lee started his flooring career 23 years ago and has completed courses and worked very hard to gain all his experience to have all of the knowledge that he now has. Lee and Hannah decided to take the leap to open a shop in the village, to expand their business and continue moving forwards.

4 March 2022

Community Centre receives donation from developer

Angmering Community Centre has received a £1000 donation from David Wilson Homes, which it will use to help its clients who have been through difficult times during Covid-19 restrictions. The housebuilder, who is currently building its Ecclesden Park development less than a mile away from the centre on Water Lane, made the donation from its Community Fund, which was set up to support initiatives, organisations and activities in the region.

The centre, which is located on Foxwood Avenue on Bramley Green, operates at the core of the Angmering community, offering a number of classes and groups for local residents. During the first half of 2021, the centre also functioned as a major vaccination centre, having provided vaccines to over 37,000 individuals in the surrounding area.

David Wilson Southern Counties' donation will allow Angmering Community Centre to continue to be a safe and supportive social hub for the community. Kimberley Benson, Sales and Marketing Director for David Wilson Southern Counties, comments: "Angmering Community Centre has been a vital centre-piece for the local community, so it is a pleasure to see that in early April it will open its doors once again for classes. Grassroots centres such as these are often the starting places for young talent to flourish and develop new skills, so as we help the community to grow by delivering new homes, we are also proud to invest in existing facilities for residents."

Judith Cross, the Chair of Trustees at Angmering Community Centre, comments: "Our Centre has been of great benefit for the community, providing residents with the opportunity to try out new activities and meet people, while allowing the most vulnerable in the area to access much-needed support. We thank David Wilson Southern Counties for investing in us. Their donation will be used to support groups who look to expand their selection of activities throughout 2022."

David Wilson Southern Counties is currently building a selection of homes at Ecclesden Park in Angmering, where a collection of three and four-bedroom homes are available. Prices start from £434,995 for a three-bedroom home. For further information about David Wilson Southern Counties, or the new homes available at Ecclesden Park, please visit www.dwh.co.uk or call 0333 3558 499.

4 March 2022

Old Chandler's BMW site

Last year, McCarthy Stone submitted an application to build retirement apartments on the site of the old Chandler's BMW garage in Water Lane. In October 2021, Arun District Council (ADC) refused permission to build for a number of reasons and in particular the mass of the building as viewed from The Square.

McCarthy Stone have made an application to the Planning Inspectorate to appeal against ADC's decision and this is likely to be heard later in the year on the basis of a public enquiry. Notwithstanding the appeal, McCarthy Stone will be submitting amended plans to ADC which seek to overcome the previous reasons for refusal.

22 February 2022

Storm damage

As forecast, Storm Eunice blew through the village yesterday (Friday) causing some damage although probably not as much as had been expected. Winds of between 60mph and 80mph had been predicted but our weather station off Roundstone Lane only recorded a maximum of 53mph but this was sufficient to cause relatively minor damage. In Station Road and Roundstone Lane, large tree limbs fell in or close to the roads and throughout the village dozens of fence panels blew down. In The Square, one glass panel and its surrounding wood frame of the noticeboard outside the Parish Council office were broken. On the Honey Lane allotments, a number of sheds and greenhouses sustained damage. A number of covers to garden furniture/BBQs also blew away and there were reports of some roof tiles being blown off. Angmering and other rail stations were closed for a long period as debris had fallen on the tracks. Schools were also closed for the day and all West Sussex libraries (including Angmering) were closed while there were no postal deliveries. More high winds are forecast for both today (Saturday) and tomorrow (Sunday).

19 February 2022

Theft in High Street

A Catalytic Converter was stolen on Monday 14 February at 5pm from a Lexus parked on the High Street. This was removed in a couple of minutes! The Ring doorbell footage has been sent to the police.

18 February 2022

Planning Applications

A/11/22/HH: Single storey front extension. 33 Old Worthing Road, East Preston

A/16/22/HH: Erection of single storey rear extension and garage extension following the demolition of existing conservatory and porch. Tara, Ham Manor Close

A/191/21/HH: Single storey side extension. 73 Lloyd Goring Close

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 10 March 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

18 February 2022

Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Angmering Parish Council has established a new community grant pot of £5,000 for 2022 to support groups in Angmering who are planning to organise celebratory activities for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend between Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June 2022. Activities outside these dates (in May/June) will also be considered as long as they clearly celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Grant applications can be made up to a maximum of £500 and will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. All groups, clubs, associations and businesses within Angmering are eligible to apply. The Council are not organising a specific event, but instead decided to make funding available to as many people as possible, within Angmering, to enable them to put on a variety of events that will appeal to people across the village. Funding is available for such things as bunting and flags, to the hiring of a face painter or providing funds for an organised afternoon tea

To find out more about The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Community Grant and how to apply please visit www.angmering-pc.gov.uk/News

11 February 2002

Planning Applications

A/266/21/PL: 2 No. 2 storey extensions, replace existing bay window with bi-fold doors on the existing dwelling and the construction of 2 No. 5 bed new dwellings. This application is in CIL Zone 2 and is CIL liable as new dwellings. Crete House The Beeches Dappers Lane

A/10/22/PL: Part demolition and rebuild, and part conversion of existing stable and barn buildings to 1 No. habitable dwellinghouse. This application may affect the setting of a Listed Building. This application is in CIL Zone 3 and is CIL liable as new dwelling (Resubmission of previously approved A/17/18/PL). The Decoy Decoy Lane

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 3 March 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

11 February 2022

Edwin Penn

It is learned, with much sadness that Edwin Penn passed away yesterday morning (Thursday 10 February) after a short illness. Edwin was 91 and had lived in the village all his life. We would like to express our sincere condolences to his wife June and their family.

11 February 2022

Topping out ceremony for new Angmering care home

A major milestone has been marked at the new 74 bed care home - Angmering Grange - being built on the site of Pound Place, Roundstone Lane, which will provide residential, nursing and dementia care and create 100 jobs locally.

The site's construction team were joined yesterday (Friday 4th February) by Hallmark Care Homes' Chief Operating Officer, Aneurin Brown, Chair of Angmering Parish Council Nikki Hamilton-Street and several local councillors to mark the next stage of the build.

As part of the special event, the last roof tile was officially laid by Nikki Hamilton-Street. Guests then enjoyed refreshments nearby and a presentation from the care homes interior designer, regional hospitality manager and regional dementia practitioner.

 
  (l-r) Nikki Hamilton-Street, Aneurin Brown, & site manager Projected image on completion

Angmering Grange Care Home is being built by Savista Developments at a cost of £13 million on a 1.9-acre site at Roundstone Lane in Angmering. The home will include 16 luxurious suites alongside several state-of-the-art facilities. Facilities will include; a café which will serve complimentary hot drinks and homemade cakes and biscuits, a state-of-the-art cinema and a luxurious hairdressing salon and therapy room. The spacious bedrooms will have their own full en-suites with showers and all bedrooms on the ground floor will have access to their own patio. The suites will include a fully fitted kitchenette with the latest appliances, a dining area, lounge as well as a large ensuite bathroom. Other innovations at the home will include; an ice cream parlour, reminiscence lounge, garden room and an outdoor roof terrace.

Aneurin Brown said: "This year we will celebrate 25 years of building and running multi-award-winning care homes. We are excited to be able to create a luxurious and engaging new care community in Angmering and are so grateful for the local support we have received so far. "Angmering Grange Care Home will provide residents with a place where they feel safe and supported to live an active and fulfilled life. Our caring and dedicated teams, will be provided with on-going training and support to provide the very best relationship centred care to residents and much thought and consideration has gone into the design of this beautiful new home."

Nikki Hamilton-Street said: "Angmering Parish Council were delighted to be a part of Angmering Grange's topping out ceremony. We witnessed a high-quality building which we hope will bring employment as well as a care home to the parish. We are very much looking forward to working with them in the coming months prior to the opening later this year to assist their integration into our community, and for many years to come."

Angmering Grange is scheduled to open its doors to its first residents this autumn. The new development will be Hallmark's 20th care home.

For further information please visit www.hallmarkcarehomes.co.uk

5 February 2022

Chippy to reopen

Big Fry in The Square has had a major refit and is planning to reopen on Monday 7 February if all goes well. A new impressive cooking range with electronic controls and display panels has been installed together with a new stainless steel counter. New electronic menu boards have also been installed which are backlit and programmable and very clear. Customers will also be able to order in advance and receive a QR code for their order speeding up the ordering and collection process. Orders are placed electronically from the till to the operators of the cooking range without the need for the paper order slips that had been used previously. I'm sure all villagers would wish Big Fry every success utilising their new equipment and welcome them back after their January closure.

4 February 2022

The Stone Room - Update

Back in September 2021, we reported that The Stone Room would hopefully be opening around Easter 2022 - if planning permission etc could be approved - on the premises previously occupied by Angmering Framing and Stitches in The Square. This would be under the management of The Lamb at Angmering senior team headed by Martin Newbon, the Managing Partner, and Gemma Mason, their General Manager. It is intended to offer a competitively priced menu selection including Stone Baked Pizza and Pasta dishes along with a variety of toppings and sides, as well as desserts.

Some things have taken a bit longer to resolve but, on 28 January, the lease was finally completed and signed. Angmering-based Cloud 9 has been appointed as lead contractor. 3 phase electrics (for commercial businesses) is needed to be brought into the building and UK Power Networks will be on site sometime in the near future to complete this task - this will take approximately 7 to 10 days and the management apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause as this will necessitate some digging across The Square.

Work to transform the existing premises into an exciting new restaurant venue in Angmering will commence shortly and it is hoped to open the establishment around April/May.

1 February 2022.

Snippets from the draft minutes of Angmering Parish Council's CLEW Committee meeting of 26 January 2022

CPR & De-Fib Course – Wednesday 16 March - It was reported that the Community Centre had now decided to run these events, there’s will be taking place prior to the planned APC March course and will take place during the day. A discussion took place regarding if APC should still run their course now the Community Centre were going to run them. It was decided that attendance at both would be monitored, and a review will take place after the APC course in March.

Queen's Jubilee Community Grant - Cllr. Reigate presented the supporting paper and explained what decision needed to be made. A short discussion took place regarding youth engagement, maximum grant awards, deadlines and who would decide what grants would be granted. The following was agreed: • The Maximum grant will be £500.00 per application. • The grant will be open from Tuesday 1 February until Monday 11 April 2022.. After discussion it was agreed that a small committee will decide who is to receive a grant.

Fred Rowley Name Board - Cllr. L Hamilton-Street explained that this item was on the agenda at his request. He wanted to see something else in place to celebrate winning this prestigious award other than the letter and certificate that is currently given out. Different areas where a name board could be placed were discussed along with other options such as carved bricks and a sculpture which could be engraved as new awards were given.QR codes which gave more information on each of the winners could also be considered.

The full Minutes can be read here

1 February 2022

Snippets from the draft minutes of Angmering Parish Council's Planning & Infrastructure Committee meeting of 25 January 2022

Conservation Area Extension - As a result of the resolution by Full Council the Group drafted a letter to residents which the Office confirmed would be sent to relevant residents. It was also confirmed that a wider community consultation would be undertaken by the Office. Completion of the ADC Documentation will not be done until the result of the consultation is known.

Water Lane - APC had raised a number of issues re South of Water Lane. Issues regarding the state of Water Lane with regards to mud and other such debris as well as contractors parking their vans in the carpark by the Spotted Cow, sometimes leaving very few spaces for residents/visitors to park in. These continuing issues were all reported to Lisa Adams at ADC and acted on immediately by her. She gave updates back to Katie Herr. The road was reported several times as changes were not seen, until more recently. The amount of contractor vans parked in the carpark had reduced.

Roundstone Lane Bus Shelter - It was agreed that a letter should be written to Stagecoach about the possibility of moving the bus shelter on Roundstone Lane to where the bus stop is located plus also a letter to those responsible for the shelters on Arundel Road, outside Haskins and Roundstone Lane regarding cleaning the bus shelters

The full Minutes can be read here

28 January 2022

Planning Applications

A/268/21/PL: Proposed car showroom and workshop with forecourt. This application is in CIL Zone (zero rated) as other development. Land East of Roundstone Lane.

A/270/21/OUT: Hybrid application comprising: Full planning application for the development of 160 No dwellings with open space, landscaping and sustainable drainage systems (SuDs), and two vehicular access points from Arundel Road; Outline Application with all matters reserved except access for up to 1,393 sqm of Class E floorspace with associated parking provision. This site is a Departure from the Development Plan. Land off Arundel Road.

A/271/21/T: Sycamore (T1) - Reduce height by 2.5m & cut back N, E & W lateral branches by 1.5m to height 7.5m & spread 3m. Ash (T2) - Reduce back to previous pruning points to a finished height of 6m and spread 2.5m. Ash (T3) - Reduce back to previous pruning points to a finished height of 5.5m and spread 2.5m. Land between 7 Weavers Ring and Apple Grove Car Port.

A/272/21/PL: Construction of 4 No dwellings to be used as a temporary sales area including access, parking and landscaping for a temporary period of 3 years. This site is in CIL Zone (Zero Rated) as other development. Land at Arundel Road, rundel Road

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 17 February 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

28 January 2022

Planning Applications

A/265/21/HH: Single storey front extension. 34 Mill Road Avenue.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 10 February 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

21 January 2022

Planning Applications

A/263/21/HH: Single storey rear extension. 3 Ashmead Way.

Observations on this/these Application(s) must be received by The Head of Planning Services, Arun District Council, The Arun Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5LF by 3 February 2022.

To see applications, plans, design statements, etc, type the Application Reference Number (such as those above) into Arun District Council's "Application Search Facility ", click on the Search button, and click on the hyperlink reference when selected application is returned - then select "Documents".

14 January 2022

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