You may be aware that Adur District and Lancing Parish Councils have jointly appointed BDP to produce a regeneration vision to identify aspirations for the future of Lancing village and seafront. We started work in January 2012 and many of you talked to them in February to share your thoughts and hopes for Lancing. Since then they have been working hard to develop the vision proposals based on the issues,
opportunities and aspirations you raised and a detailed technical analysis of the village.
The draft vision proposals are now ready for you to view and comment on. The vision sees Lancing becoming a vibrant 21st century village, a lively seaside destination and a network of places for the community. The vision will provide a strategy for regenerating the village centre, identifying land use zones and measures to stimulate economic growth, as well as transport, visual and street improvements. It will also include an action plan for putting the proposals in place.
You are invited to take a look at the draft vision ideas at a drop-in exhibition on Friday 13th April from 3pm through to 8pm and Saturday 14th April from 12pm to 6pm at Lancing Parish Hall, South Street. The project team will be there to answer any queries and we would be delighted to hear your thoughts on the initial proposals. The exhibition will remain in the Parish Hall foyer for the following week for you to view
at your leisure. Please do pass this invitation to anyone else that may be interested and please download the poster
and display wherever you can.
Following the exhibition the vision report will be produced and is due to be finalised by the end of May 2012. There will be a vision launch event on 24th May 2012. If you would like more information or wish to share your views privately, please do contact Becky.Cocker@bdp.com
or on 0207 8128980. The exhibition boards will also be available to view online on the Parish Council website at www.lancingparishcouncil.gov.uk
Alternatively, keep up to date with progress or join the debate through the Adur and Worthing Regeneration Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Adur-and-Worthing-Regeneration/277684372284224?ref=tn_tnmn.