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Important announcements and general Business Park news will be regularly posted on this page. The very latest information will also be available in various places around the website and on facebook & twitter.
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  • 26 November 2020 11:39 AM | Anonymous

    Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health has announced this morning that West Sussex has been placed in Tier 2  Coronavirus Restrictions (High Alert).

    To check which Tier your postcode falls within please click here

    To view the government's 'Full List of Local Restrictions Tiers by Area' please click here

    To view the rules and restriction for Tier 2 please click here


  • 18 November 2020 10:38 AM | Anonymous

    Following in the success of Fizz Creations Ltd.'s Halloween Staff Zoom Quiz which raised £294.98 for Lancing & Sompting Churches Food Bank, Lawrence Boon, Director of Fizz is now kindly arranging an LBP Christmas Zoom Quiz, with all proceeds being donated to the Food Bank to raise much needed funds for our local community.

    As a seasoned Quiz Master with many charity events under his belt, Lawrence will host this event and provide an enjoyable range of questions to appeal to everyone.

    This Zoom quiz will be held on Thursday 10th December from 3.45pm and will finish around 5:15pm. This will be a great way to bring people together to help lift everyone's spirits during this difficult time.

    Businesses and the community are welcome to join this event, with teams of up to 6 people and an entry cost of £25 per team. This is a COVID friendly event with team members able to sign in separately, so there is no need for team members to be in the same room



    There is an engraved trophy on it's way, so bragging rights will be available for the winning team!

    For further details of this event and how to enter a team please click here



  • 09 November 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    Lancing Business Park BID (LBP) have been working with businesses on the park regarding the Permitted Development Notice that was submitted to Adur District Council, for change of use of the Quadrant in Marlborough Road, from office space to 53 residential units.

    After 25 objection letters were received from Tim Loughton MP, businesses based on the park and local and regional Business Partnerships, Cllr. Brian Boggis, Executive Member for Regeneration at Adur District Council, called-in this Notice to be heard by the Adur Planning Committee tonight.

    After due consideration, the Planning Officer’s recommendation was to refuse the application on the basis that the proposed change would result in the creation of dwellings in close proximity to a wide range of commercial uses, at significant adverse impact upon the future occupiers.

    Objector representations were heard tonight from Tim Loughton MP,  Eric Prescott, Managing Director of Paula Rosa Manhattan who are based directly behind The Quadrant and Lancing Business Park BID.  All explaining the detrimental impact this change would have on future residents and the businesses on Lancing Business Park.

    LBP are delighted to confirm that the Adur Planning Committee unanimously voted tonight to refuse this Permitted Development Notice, thus preventing the development of residential units within Adur and Worthing’s largest business park and the 2nd largest in West Sussex. This action has helped to safeguard an invaluable 24/7 industrial area to support businesses and the local economy during this very difficult time.

    Damian Pulford, Chairman of Lancing Business Park BID said ‘The business community on the park has worked together to highlight their concerns regarding the long-term impact of this application. LBP would like to thank businesses for finding the time to consult on this crucial matter and to our business partners for actively supporting the park through this difficult issue. We would also like to thank the Adur Planning Committee, Tim Loughton MP and Cllr. Brian Boggis and  for helping to protect Lancing Business Park as a dedicated business environment, to support business recovery from pandemic and future business growth.’

    To watch a recording of the Adur Planning Committee meeting please click here and then scroll down to select the YouTube media link


  • 04 November 2020 4:49 PM | Anonymous

    Lancing Business Park BID (LBP) has been working with businesses on the park to create a broad ‘think piece’ to try and articulate the vision, ideas and wishes of the business community for the future direction of the park, within the context of the wider development potential of the Lancing area.

    LBP consulted businesses on the park to encompass business views, along with key stakeholder discussions to enable a cohesive development approach. The resulting discussion paper has been titled 'Lancing Business Park - Looking to the Future' and highlights that Lancing has the potential to attract the skilled workforce of the future and become an ideal 24/7 business location in which to connect to the rest of the UK. 

    This discussion paper has been approved by the LBP Committee and forwarded to Adur & Worthing Councils for consideration.

    To view the discussion paper please click here

    To read further information and the next steps please click here.


  • 13 October 2020 2:42 PM | Anonymous

    At the 2020 LBP AGM it was confirmed that the LBP Committee have selected Lancing and Sompting Churches Food Bank as the LBP Charity of the year. The Committee felt strongly that LBP should support the Food Bank in their efforts to provide essential supplies to struggling local families during this very difficult time.

    Peter Johnston from the Lancing and Sompting Churches Food Bank said:

    'We are delighted and very grateful to be chosen to work in partnership with LBP, in helping to provide support to local families in genuine need. We are a small team of volunteers currently supporting 80-90 families a month and we fear the worse is yet to come. Any support that LBP businesses could please provide would be very much welcomed"

    To see the Food Bank's submission and learn more about the essential services they provide please click here 

    LBP are always blown away by the generosity provided by businesses based on the park and we ask that businesses please consider if there is anyway that you could please do to help:

    • Cash Donations are welcome via bank transfer to the Lancing and Sompting Churches Food Bank account:
      • Sort Code: 20-79-31
      • Account Number 73929213
    • Food Donations are welcome:
      • Tuesdays - 9:30 to 10:30am at the car park of the Harriet Johnson Centre, Loose Lane, Sompting
      • Thursdays - 10:30 to 11:30am at the Lancing Children's Centre, 42 North Road Lancing 
    Please check the Food Bank's Facebook page to ensure donations are being accepted on your chosen day by

    clicking here

    • Please email by clicking here if  you or your staff can provide:
      • Laptop - do you have a laptop you can spare? 
      • IT Training - Spare some free time to help provide IT training for the Foodbank Volunteers?
      • Manpower - Spare anytime to help the volunteers to collect or distribute the donated food?
      • Food Storage Space - Does your business have spare refrigeration/freezer storage space to help preserve the lifetime of donated food? 

    LBP are very grateful for any support you could please provide to the Food Bank.

  • 08 October 2020 3:28 PM | Anonymous


    Last week ITV transformed Peter Road on Lancing Business Park into a filmset.

    ITV are filming two two-hour screenplays based on Peter James' first two stories in the best selling Roy Grace series, Dead Simple and Looking Good Dead.

    Life on Mars star John Simm plays the lead role as detective Roy Grace and the screenplays will feature a number of locations throughout the local area.


    Photos kindly provided by Martin Bloomfield at Seaside Creative

  • 09 September 2020 12:14 PM | Anonymous

    Lancing Business Park Business Improvement District (BID) gives notice of the Annual General Meeting:

    Date:   Wednesday 30th September 2020

    Time:   12:30pm until 1:30pm 

    Venue: Via Zoom



    Businesses based on Lancing Business Park and Partner Organisations are invited to attend the 2020 LBP AGM, which for the first time will be held online in accordance with Coronavirus social distancing measures.

    Please register to attend this meeting so that you can meet the LBP Team and find out more about LBP's projects and progress.

    The AGM is an open meeting, however only members (companies based on the business park) are allowed to vote on motions and there is a strict ruling of one vote per member.  The AGM will be run in accordance with BID best policy, and will elect the Members of the Advisory Committee for the forthcoming year.

    For further information regarding this event please click here



    To view the 2020 LBP AGM Presentation please click here

  • 05 August 2020 1:29 PM | Anonymous

    We are very pleased to announce that Northstar IT have confirmed their sponsorship of LBP                                     .

    Please click here to view how Northstar IT can help you.


  • 04 August 2020 10:37 AM | Anonymous

    A business on LBP has reported finding a bunch of keys on Elm Grove Park and we would like to help reunite these with their owner.

    If you have lost a set of keys please call 07584 503729




  • 05 June 2020 8:43 AM | Anonymous


    Eschmann Technologies are pleased to announce the launch of World Health Organization approved Hand Sanitiser.


    The Hand Sanitiser is made in partnership with local British companies, a brewery and distillery. It is the result of family businesses in the region supporting each other, rapidly changing business practice to serve the country during the current crisis.

    Hundreds of thousands of litres have already been supplied to front line services and government agencies. Eschmann will now take charge of the supply and distribution through the healthcare sector.

    The Hand Sanitiser gel contains 70% alcohol and includes Jojoba and Vitamin E oil, to protect your hands from damage caused by long term use.

    Ingredients: Ethanol, Demineralized Water, Hydrogen Peroxide, Glycerine, Monopropylene Glycol,  Vitamin E oil, Jojoba oil, Carbopol, Triethanolamine.

    Available to purchase on the Eschmann website in both 500ml and 60ml bottles::



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