An update on Littlehampton Sea defence works. Piling Works in Pier Road and Arun Parade Piling works in Pier Road are now completed. The last pile in Pier Road was driven in successfully yesterday evening and we can look forward to a quieter environment and a welcome break from the noise of the piling works.
After long delays, Littlehampton’s newest seafront attraction The Stage By The Sea was opened earlier today, Sunday 11th May 2014 by Littlehampton’s Mayor Councillor Joyce Bowyer. Littlehampton’s Mayor Councillor Joyce Bowyer and Littlehampton Town Councillor Malcolm Belchamber speak at the today’s opening. Councillor Belchamber was the host for today’s event. Crowds gathered to watch the
Last week, the crane was successfully positioned on its new Crane Bridge, which will now carry it along Pier Road. The week got off to a flying start as the first batch of piles were driven into the River Arun in the Pier Road stretch. Above, the crane sitting proudly on it’s new crane bridge
At the moment, work is ongoing to ‘rig’ the gigantic 160 tonne crane that has just arrived in Pier Road, Littlehampton ahead of next week’s scheduled piling works. This massive crane is so big that it had to be transported in sections. The caterpillar tracks are so big (weighing approximately 7 tonnes) that each one
In what must be a first, Mr Paul Wakeman, proprietor of Bah-Humbug Sweet Shop in Littlehampton has written a letter attacking Pier Road Traders. A clearly disgruntled Mr Wakeman, opens his letter with the following statement: “In the middle of the summer, I went to Arun District Council and sat for five minutes with a