Tag: Arun District Council Regeneration plans for Littlehampton

End of the line for Littlehampton miniature railway?

Not good news, I’m afraid. I understand that the operator of Littlehampton’s Miniature railways has pulled out of Littlehampton, sold his rolling stock and ceased his operation. The miniature railway which has been a long standing and much loved feature of Littlehampton’s East Beach area, will no doubt be sorely missed. Loved by old and

Arun District Council get ‘tough’ with Morrissons Supermarket in Wick

The lion that is Arun District Council’s planning department, has roared. Well actually, growled softly. Or to be more accurate, waved it’s furry paws at the supermarket giant, Morrissons – for their continued failure to comply with the conditions of their planning consents. This story dates back to April 2012 when Morrissons applied to Arun

Why aren’t the Environment Agency supporting UK steel industry

This week sees the sad and shock announcement that Redcar steel works in the North East of England has been put into liquidation threatening 2,200 jobs. Given the enormous, ongoing massive investments in building new  flood defences, why is the Environment Agency continuing to source steel from abroad? I’ve repeatedly put this question to the

Littlehampton Sea Defences, Update

Over the past week our shop in Pier Road has had a number of visitors telling us that they’ve read that the sea defence works will be finished by the end of May. Regrettably this isn’t the case. It would appear that this confusion has arisen following an article in the Littlehampton Gazette where it