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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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  • 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 and to register for this event 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::



  • 29 May 2020 8:22 AM | Anonymous


    Parafix can supply businesses with face shields to support the implementation of Coronavirus safety measures within the workplace.


    Parafix are a BS EN 13485 (Medical device) approved manufacturer supplying to four different NHS Trusts. Whilst this product is not currently CE marked, product approval is in place from senior NHS clinicians.

    Parafix currently have the capability to manufacture up to 20,000 pieces per day and can produce additional stock to be available immediately if needed.


    Shield quantities available are:

    • 10 per bag
    • 24 bags per box (240 shields per box)
    • 20 boxes per pallet (4800 shields per pallet)


    Cost for less than a pallet is £1.75 per shield, 100 piece minimum

    Cost for pallet quantities is £1.50 per shield, delivered to UK mainland.


    To view the product specification please click here

    For further details and to place an order please click here


  • 21 May 2020 8:44 AM | Anonymous

    Sussex Transport have launched a competition for one lucky Sussex sports or leisure club to win a £2000 new 20' storage container for their club.

    With 3000 employees based on the business park and many living locally, Sussex Transport invites all businesses to share this competition with their workforce for a chance of winning for their local sports or leisure club.

    It is testing times for many right now but as lockdown begins to ease and sport and leisure slowly comes back to life across the county, Sussex Transport wanted to thank the clubs for hanging on in there and waiting for recreation to return.

    If you are an owner, on the committee, member or visitor of a local sports or leisure club then please let your club know about this wonderful chance to win a superb, secure storage container for your site.  

    All your club has to do is head over to Sussex Transport's social media where they have pinned this competition to their feeds, like the post and follow them on their social media channel.  

    For further details and links to Sussex Transport's social media please click here




  • 15 May 2020 12:45 PM | Anonymous

    Yesterday lunchtime travellers established an unauthorised traveller encampment on Elm Grove Park in Lancing, adjacent to Lancing Business Park.

    LBP are very grateful to a business on the park who immediately notified LBP as soon as the travellers arrived. LBP have since been working with partners and businesses, as well as utilising LBP's CCTV network of 29 cameras across businesses park, to quickly address the situation and avoid impact to businesses on the park and the surrounding local residents. 

    LBP are very pleased to report that Sussex Police have approved a Section 62A Public Order and the notice has been served on the travellers in Elm Grove Park. This notice instructs the travellers to move immediately and prevents them from taking occupation of any other site in Adur. 

    LBP are conscious of the difficulties businesses are currently facing as a result of the pandemic and that additional issues are the last thing that businesses need at moment. This action has also helped to maintain social distancing guidance and reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus.

    LBP would therefore like to thank Tim Loughton MP, Sussex Police, West Sussex County Council Gypsy & Traveller Team and Adur & Worthing Councils, for providing such swift and decisive action to support the businesses and residents in Lancing during this very difficult time.



  • 11 May 2020 1:51 PM | Anonymous

    WhyLabs Ltd are a global company based on Lancing Business Park, who are helping to keep Britain’s workforce safe by supplying vital PPE for the Crown Commercial Services, the Ministry of Defence, UK Rail Networks, the Healthcare Sector and National Industry.

    With 42 staff across the world currently sourcing and supplying PPE with an open book procurement policy, WhyLabs are bulk buying to deliver for the most affordable costs possible, to support the UK’s fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.

    With more than 22 factories across the UK, EU, China and Malaysia, WhyLabs have Compliance Managers on-site vetting the factories prior to ordering and certifying that products adhere to UK and EU legislation before dispatch.  A team of shipping agents are prioritising the transportation of products via air, sea and rail to arrive at WhyLabs distribution depots in Lancing, Felixstowe and Essex.

    All WhyLabs’ suppliers are currently contracted under 6 or 12-month supply agreements, to ensure WhyLabs meet as much of the UK’s PPE demands as possible and are currently manufacturing in the UK wherever possible, as well as sourcing, importing and distributing products such as:

    • Masks 3ply Type IIR, FFP2 and N95
    • Non-Medical Masks 3ply Type II, FFP2 & FFP3 Respirators
    • Disposable & Reusable Face Visors
    • Disposable Gloves
    • Plastic Aprons
    • Hand Sanitisers 50ml, 100ml, 250ml, 500ml & 5ltr
    • Rapid Antibody Test Kits, MHRA approved
    • Isolation & ETI Suits, as well as Hazmat equipment
    • Surgical Gowns Level 1, 2, 3 & 4
    • Disinfectants 1ltr, 5ltr, IBC & site 20,000ltr dispensing stations, Covid-19 tested
    • 30day Anti-Viral coatings, Covid-19 tested
    • 1year Anti-Viral coatings
    • Fogging systems for buildings, offices, schools and trains

    WhyLabs offer their clients a unique peace of mind supply solution, with a 6-month contract agreement providing weekly or monthly deliveries to meet their business needs. This new procurement approach enables bulk buying to maximise cost benefits and to keep the supply chain moving to ensure businesses always have the essential products at their fingertips.

    In addition, WhyLabs offer a National Sanitisation Service for Healthcare, Industry & HORECA. This service sanitises business premises on a monthly basis to kill Covid-19 and has a 30day efficacy on all surfaces. This product will also be launched as a retail product shortly and WhyLabs are actively seeking UK partners for this retail opportunity.

    If you would like to become a WhyLabs supplier, client or partner please contact Benjamin Colbourne, CEO by clicking here or visit their website here


  • 01 May 2020 1:41 PM | Anonymous


    Dragonfly Rally, part of the Fine Cut Group have designed the “Stay Home Rally” Plate of 2020 commemorating the many cancelled Classic Car Rallies of this year, but predominantly to show support for the NHS.

    100% of profits from each sale are being donated to the 'NHS CHARITIES TOGETHER COVID-19 APPEAL' which has already raised over £5000 so far!

    If you are interested in supporting the NHS by buying one of these Stay At Home Rally Plates please click here


    Support the NHS - Stay Home Rally 2020

    Charity Rally Plates made with 100% profits being donated to the 2020 covid-19 NHS Charities together fund. Dragonfly Rally plates - proud supporter of the NHS.


  • 16 April 2020 9:30 AM | Anonymous


    Image: Steve Hill, Clinical Procurement Specialist from Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Parafix’s General Manager, Steve Barwick overseeing a delivery of a further 10k face shields


    During these challenging times, Parafix is in a fortunate position to repurpose some of its production lines from manufacturing customised adhesive tape components to making 20,000 protective face shields per day.

    Full face visors are an important part of the personal protective equipment (PPE) healthcare professionals are required to wear to keep them safe whilst treating patients with COVID-19. Due to the shortage, Parafix was keen to deliver the face shields to the frontline NHS workers as soon as possible. Parafix have already started regular deliveries to 8 different hospitals within NHS trusts in Sussex and Bristol, while still speaking with others.

    Parafix has two Class 7 Clean Rooms, which they ordinarily use to make supplies for the healthcare and electronic industries, like wound care dressings and lab-on-a-chip components. With already highly regulated environment suitable for production of medical equipment, they have introduced additional safety measures to minimise the risk of spreading COVID-19 on the factory floor.

    Given the high demand for face shields, Parafix have just completed a successful recruitment drive and introduced additional shifts to enable us to increase output. In order to make this happen, they are thankful for the support of our community: Tim Loughton MP helped connect Parafix with the right individuals within NHS, while Lancing Business Park and many others helped them with the recruitment. Parafix are also thankful to all of the applicants and our existing staff who have stood up to the challenge and are going above and beyond to support the NHS.

    Parafix are honoured to have the opportunity to support the heroic efforts of the frontline NHS staff and to help keep them safe.


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