Latest Park News

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.
  • 10 August 2017 11:47 AM | Tracie Davey

    There has been a recent increase in the use of corrosive substances such as acids and alkalis being used to  attack victims.  A substance could be in its original container or decanted into another to disguise it and/or weaponise it. The most common containers used to disguise are squeeze bottles, particularly Lucozade or Fruit Shoot plastic bottles, but many other types of container have been used.

    Please share the following with colleagues, centre management, security staff etc.
    General Advice

    • Wear gloves and eye protection
    • Ensure the emergency services have been called
    • Avoid getting contaminated
    • Do not conduct sniff tests of bottles
    • Request suspect bottles be placed on ground prior to approach
    • If attacked, use hands to cover your face and eyes

    First Aid                                         

    • Ensure own safety by wearing two pairs of nitrile gloves and, if available, goggles to prevent contamination of the first aider
    • Flush the affected area with water for 20 minutes ensuring the chemicals are being washed away from the area, and not onto other areas of the body or pooling
    • Remove contaminated clothing as soon as possible, being careful not to contaminate other areas unless the clothing is stuck. Do not pull stuck clothing -- pour the water over it. Remove jewellery if possible
    • Dressings or burns dressings should not be applied until the area has been flushed for the twenty minutes, after which time they can be applied if medical help has not arrived  
    • If the incident affects the eyes the minimum flushing time is ten minutes – up to 20 minutes – if the person cannot open their eyes the first aider should try and open the eyes for them if this can be done safely. It is important when flushing eyes to ensure the contamination is not spread to the other eye by positioning the person appropriately 

    This information has been kindly shared by Revo. To find out more about ATCMs Purple Flag programme click here.

  • 10 August 2017 10:18 AM | Tracie Davey

    Highways England are holding a public consultation about the A27 Worthing and Lancing improvements scheme between Wednesday 19 July and Tuesday 12 September 2017.

    Below is an invitation from Highways England who invite you to a business exhibition on Thursday 17th August 2017 to show you the proposals and ask for your views 

    Date: 17th August 2017 Venue: Chatsworth Hotel, 17-23 The Steyne, Worthing BN11 3DU  Time: 8am - 10am

    To register for the A27 Worthing & Lancing improvements business exhibition, please click here
    If you are unable to come, you may wish to visit one Highways England public consultation events listed here

    Please find your invitation below - click here to download as a PDF

  • 10 August 2017 10:07 AM | Tracie Davey

    We are thrilled to announce that the University of Chichester has been awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence

    The Silver award recognises the quality of our teaching and the excellent experience we offer to students. Satisfaction with academic support among BME and disadvataged students is also recognised as a key strength.Framework (TEF). The TEF is the UK Government’s first assessment of teaching excellence in higher education. 

    Read more about the award here

  • 10 August 2017 9:52 AM | Tracie Davey


    Shoreham Street CollectionSaturday 12th

    Street collection in Shoreham


    Thames Path ChallengeSaturday 9th and Sunday 10th 

    Walk, jog or run 100, 50 or 25km from Putney Bridge to Henley. More than 3,000 challengers will take on the main Thames Path Challenge following England's greatest river. Visit for more information and to sign up!

    Horsham Quiz NightFriday 15th

    St John the Evangelist, Horsham. Tickets sold in shops and through office nearer the time. Organised by our Horsham Friends Group.

    Shoreham Quiz Night – Saturday 16th

    St Peter’s Church, Shoreham. Run by our Shoreham Friends Group. Tickets available nearer the time from our charity shops and the office.

    Horsham Flag Day - Saturday 30th

    Street Collection in Horsham. Please get in touch if you would like to help out by collecting on this day!


    Taylor Maid musical eveningSaturday 14th from 7.30pm

    Organised by the Goring Friends Group, held at the Warren Ballroom. Tickets £15.00 available from WCHP charity shops and by calling 01903 680740.

  • 20 July 2017 9:19 AM | Tracie Davey

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  • 13 July 2017 9:33 AM | Tracie Davey

    Your round-up of the latest manufacturing news

    Tenkay Electronics Ltd

    Volvo's electric shift gives Tesla a shock 

    Volvo has just given Tesla a shock. The Sweden-based carmaker on Wednesday said it will stop producing new gasoline-only engines from 2019 and shift to a variety of hybrid and all-electric models.


    Investment in digital manufacturing is essential in post-Brexit economy

    Manufacturers across the UK have been tasked with becoming the engine room of the post-Brexit economy. In June, after the General election, the Engineering Employers’ Federation (EEF) asked the government to build a “new industrial future.”


    Is Blockchain Coming to Manufacturing?

    Wipro launches a number of blockchain-based offerings, four of which are directed at manufacturing to improve process efficiencies and reduce costs.


    Britain misses out as global manufacturing surges

    British factories were left out of a demand-driven surge in activity across much of Asia and Europe in June, as weakness in sterling failed to translate into export growth, surveys showed.


    Could Robots Make Small Business Manufacturing a Reality?

    Manufacturing offers opportunities often less known to small business owners. This is because these opportunities aren’t always viable for small businesses with limited resources. That could all be changing though, thanks to some high tech innovations.


    UK manufacturers say Brexit uncertainty will force them to make cuts

    British manufacturers are fast approaching a “tipping point” where a lack of certainty over the direction of Brexit negotiations will force them to make painful cuts whatever the outcome, they say.


  • 06 July 2017 1:11 PM | Tracie Davey

    LBP are pleased to announce that in conjunction with Adur & Worthing Councils/West Sussex County Council Wellbeing Health checkups/MOT’s  are taking place

    on Monday 17th July 11am to 3pm.  &  Thursday 20th   11am – 3pm.

    More information next week will be sent out and on the website on how to take advantage of these free sessions and locations, or contact if your company is interested in making appointments for your staff.

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