Angmering Village Life
A/122/19/OUT - Outline application with some matters reserved for the erection of up to 160 dwellings with public open space, landscaping and sustainable drainage systems (SuDs), vehicular access point from Arundel Road together with up to 557 square metres of B1/B2 units with associated parking provision & vehicular access point from Arundel Road & land made available for expansion of current sports pitch provision to form a sports-hub (following the demolition of existing commercial units and one bungalow) (resubmission following A/36/18//OUT). This application is a Departure from the Development Plan. Land off Arundel Road. Applicant: Gladman Developments Limited
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 October 2019.
There is concern, .... that the Planning Permission for the development on the north side of Mayflower Way is stalled. Arun officers are raising issues which, unless satisfied, could affect the viability of the development. Under this project, Angmering Parish Council is to receive £250,000 from the developer for the Granting of a Rights of Way. As reported to Council on Monday 13 May 2019 this sum forms a substantial proportion of the Council's financial contribution to the Chandlers Project. Cllr Oldfield has written to Arun District Council with suggestions on how the issues could be resolved but the situation remains unclear. The draft Agreement between the Council and the Chandlers developer is currently with our solicitors and their report on it to us is awaited. We are being pressed by the developer for our signature to the Agreement, but it is considered that the financial risk to our Council would be too great to give this before Planning Permission for the Mayflower Way project is granted. The Council have incurred no costs so far on the Chandlers project and ourSolicitors have advised that there would be no financial penalty in delaying signing the Agreement.
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Cancer United, the Angmering-based charity. will be holding its annual Outrun Cancer race and family fun day on Sunday, 15 September. The event offers everyone the opportunity to walk, jog or run 5k, or go the distance and jog or run 10k through the Angmering Park Estate. The routes start and finish at The Fox Pub, Patching and will be marshalled with water stops.
Entry fees and all additional money raised - some through sponsorship - will help provide fitness activities and emotional well-being support with the charitys Active Recovery groups and Out Sing Cancer choirs. Winners of each race will receive a trophy and all entrants will receive a medal. The online entry fee is £18 and the deadline is Thursday, 12 September. Entry on the day will cost £20. with registration from 8.30am with a 10.45am start.
In addition to the race, there will be food, drinks and a variety of stalls, including face-painting, tombola, well-being treatments and a penalty shoot-out led by the Cancer United walking football team.
The charity supports cancer patients by providing exercise classes and many other activities from its dedicated gym near Station Road in Angmering and at the Laburnum Centre in Bognor Regis. It also runs support groups in Littlehampton and Worthing. Last year's Outrun Cancer event raised vital funds and the charity said the race had become a key event in its fundraising calendar and each year.