Month: March 2014

Progress Update – Montague Street Redevelopment

I confirmed on Wednesday night at the meeting of the County Local Committee that the plans to regenerate Montague Street were on course to begin work on the ground in September 2014. A tight timeline for the works is necessary

Controlled Parking Zones A, B and C to be reviewed

Worthing’s controlled parking zones A, B and C are to get a full review of on street parking, as confirmed at the Worthing County Local Committee on 5th March 2014. Considerations will include provision of extra spaces, using single yellow

Parking for just £1 an hour in Worthing

Off Street Parking Charges are to be reduced to £1 an hour from 1st April 2014 to encourage people to use our off street car parks, freeing up on street parking for residents and businesses. A flagship policy from Worthing

Worthing 20mph Consultation given the green light

A Worthing-wide consultation is set to get underway on the possibility of applying a borough-wide 20mph zone in Worthing. There is strong support and stiff opposition on the issue which seems to polarize opinion between pedestrians and cyclists versus car

Love West Sussex – report those potholes!

Getting the roads repaired where you live I have been reporting potholes and broken pavements where I see them so that the contractors are aware and can get out and fix them – mostly these things are an irritant but

Community Funding – Worthing Pier

One of the best parts of the role of a County Councillor is to review and support worthwhile charity and community groups with funding to help them achieve their goals. I have had the pleasure of succeeding in gaining funding

Worthing Age of Transfer – All Systems Go!

Peter Evans, West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Children – Start of Life, has made the decision to alter the age of transfer for Worthing’s school-age children following a full public consultation to bring Worthing schools into line with

Changes to TROs and how they affect you

Traffic Regulation Orders, or TROs, are the way we can influence both he physical and legal aspects behind our community roads. So for anything from parking spaces to crossings, these things are all wrapped up in TROs. TROs are the