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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.
  • 03 November 2011 9:37 AM | Tracie Davey
    I have been informed by West Sussex County Council that they are hoping to bring forward the road repairs to week commencing 21st November.  This is obviously good news although this still has to be confirmed.

    The intention is to carry out the majority of the work overnight in order to minimise disruption however this will have an impact on businesses that operate outside normal working hours.  To facilitate these repairs road closures are inevitable, so could any business that would normally expect to operate between the hours of 19.00 hrs and 06.00 hrs, please contact me by   email so that arrangements with WSCC can be discussed to avoid any unnecessary problems.

    Please ensure that your message includes details of who should be contacted within your business and obviously their direct contact information. 

    Please keep an eye on the website where general information and updates on the road repairs will be placed.

    Ken Green
  • 20 October 2011 10:45 AM | Tracie Davey
    D.V.L.A. registered Create-A-Plate are now on Lancing Business Park producing D.V.L.A./ M.O.T. compliant vehicle registration plates for cars and motorbikes. They can also supply show plates. Other items ideal for promotions etc they can supply are button badges, keyrings and fridge magnets etc...with NO MINIMUM ORDER. Create-A-Plate will offer discounts on all their products to all businesses on the park. Contact Martin at
  • 20 October 2011 10:05 AM | Tracie Davey

    Russell New hosts second 'Trustees Week'

    The end of this month sees the second ‘Trustees Week’ and we will again be helping our charity clients and contacts with their Trustee recruitment.

    If you are curious about the role of a charity trustee or wish to consider becoming one – why not come along to our relaxed wine reception to find out more.

    Our event is taking place at our offices in The Courtyard at 4.30pm on 3 November. The idea of the evening is for you to hear a short presentation on the role of trustees and then to meet a few charities who are currently recruiting Trustees.

    Each of the charities present will speak for five minutes to give you an idea of their work and if you are interested to learn more, without obligation, or possibly to volunteer your services as a trustee, there will be ample opportunity to chat while we serve wine and canapés for an hour or so after the presentations.  We anticipate that the reception will end around 7.30 pm.

    Charities currently attending cover a wide range of activities, helping young people with difficulties community interpreting, translation and communication services, helping children in Africa, community training, residential and nursing care for older people, supporting the resettlement offender in the community and an independent school.   Although these charities may not be based locally to you, provided you are comfortable with the location for travel to trustee meetings, you do not necessarily need to reside here yourself.

    We very much hope that you will consider joining us.  You are welcome to bring a guest or to pass this invitation on to any of your friends and family who may be interested to learn more about becoming a Trustee.

    RSVP by 27 October to Natalie Wiggins by phone on 01903 816699, by post or by email to   Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so please reply quickly.

    Please note this venue is on the 1st floor where access is via stairs only.
  • 13 October 2011 12:23 PM | Tracie Davey
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  • 10 October 2011 11:11 AM | Tracie Davey

    Following the scheduled meeting with Pieter Montyn, West Sussex County Council (WSCC) Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, and Tony Toynton, WSCC Director for Communities and Infrastructure, that took place on Thursday 29th September, I am able to provide this update concerning the roads on Lancing Business Park. Read More

  • 03 August 2011 9:06 AM | Tracie Davey
    Last year’s Worthing Business Awards was a prestigious event that showcased business talent in Worthing and provided lots of positive press for the winners, sponsors and the town.

    This year’s black tie awards ceremony will be presented by Fred Dineage, on the 8th October at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing.  This is the first time the awards will encompass business talent across the whole of Adur and Worthing and we welcome your company’s participation. Whether your company would like to compete in one of the seventeen categories or be featured as a sponsor, either way, this is a great way to publicise your company.

    Please click here to view a list of award categories and click here for an outline of the sponsorship package. To self nominate your business please visit:

    The Herald will now be running weekly press to highlight the nominated companies and feature the category sponsors.

  • 16 June 2011 11:31 AM | Tracie Davey
    Soundlocker Studios are delighted to show you their new audio gallery. They are very proud to have worked with all of the artist featured on our splendid new player


  • 15 June 2011 1:37 PM | Tracie Davey
    The last remaining project of the Lancing Business Park BID as set out in the Business Plan 2008 – 2013 to be fulfilled is the Access project which is all about the direction signs around the park and inconsiderate vehicle parking.

    West Sussex County Council highways have already carried out an assessment of the parking restrictions on the park and the revised orders have now been agreed by council.  Yellow lines will be appearing on the roads soon although we are hoping that the roads will be resurfaced prior to the lines being painted.  This leaves the issues surrounding directional information and making it easier for clients, customers, visitors and delivery companies to find their way quickly and easily to their destination.  Read more...

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  • 13 June 2011 12:24 PM | Tracie Davey

    This message has been sent by PCSO Nicola Burstow and advises on crimes carried out recently on Northbrook Trading Estate.

    There were approximately 6 units either broken into and cash/laptops stolen or costly damage caused by the offenders attempting to break in. There is concern that there are several business parks in the area that could be their next target.

    The method of entry has been to cut the BT wires in manholes outside the estate, which disable the alarms to the units. They then use an item, commonly a brick, to smash windows of the units.

    The following security steps should be taken where possible

    • Ensure CCTV is up and running effectively
    • Do not keep large sums of money on site over night
    • Do not leave laptops or other valuable items on display in offices.
    • Arrange for BT alarms to be diverted to mobile phones in the event of a power cut.
    • Inform security of recent breaks and MO in order for them be more vigilant.
    • Advise any staff working late at the office to report anything suspicious to the Police immediately.
    • Secure any items of value, especially metal piping and copper, if they need to be left outside for any period of time
    • Security mark valuables - if found can then be reunited with their owner.
  • 02 June 2011 10:25 AM | Tracie Davey
    We are pleased to advise that the installation of the gas main has now been completed. The road surface in Western Road adjacent to Winston Road will be re-instated today and tomorrow (2nd/3rd June)  and the temporary traffic lights will be removed either Sunday or at the very latest Monday 6th June. Unfortunately the temporary traffic lights will once again be present by the bridge in Western Road to allow for the old gas supply to be "capped off" but the good news is they should only be there for 2 to 3 days. This will complete the gas installation works and the contractors will be moving permanently off site following this work.

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