Littlehampton Town Centre Regeneration Consultation

Editor  |  28/04/2016

Littlehampton Town Centre Regeneration Consultation now underway.

Arun District Council is seeking the views of the public for proposed plans to improve Littlehampton Town Centre.

The Council has commissioned creative consultancy LDA Design  to come up with outline plans following discussions with local stakeholders including community groups, local businesses and Councillors.

LDA Designs previously designed the new public realm in Littlehampton’s Pier Road and Arun Parade. Their work has previously included the London 2012 Olympic Park and Battersea Power Station redevelopment.

The public consultation will take place from 25 April until Sunday 15 May and you can have your say by completing the survey below which will be available until 15th May. You can collect a questionnaire from reception at Arun Civic Centre in Maltravers Road, Littlehampton, where design plans will be for you available to view.

There will be an exhibition at Hunnies Café and Lounge, 72 High Street, Littlehampton, where the design plans will be displayed and you can meet the project team to find out more about the plans. The exhibition takes place between 10am and 2pm on Thursday, 5 May, Friday, 6 May and Saturday, 7 May.

Once this consultation has been completed, the Council will review the findings with LDA Designs to then produce detailed design plans. These plans will be discussed at the Littlehampton Regeneration Sub Committee on Wednesday, 6 July 2016.

A ‘before an after’ outline visual has been produced, published below (courtesy of @arundistrict ).

A notable proposal is to remove Littlehampton’s Clock Tower to allow a greater and unobstructed view of Littlehampton high street.

A downloadable PDF detailing the regeneration proposals is available via the link below.

Arun District Council are hoping as many as possible will share their views and thoughts for this important town centre regeneration scheme.

Now’s your opportunity – make sure your voice is heard.