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Worthing - Multiple Planning Notices

BN11 1LYPublished 23/11/23Expired
Sussex World • 

What is planned?


Planning applications submitted to Worthing Borough Council under the Town and Country Planning Acts and related legislation requiring statutory publicity.

Applications registered between 13th November 2023 and 17th November 2023

Multi Storey Car Park High Street Worthing
Full planning permission for the buried pipework and other ancillary equipment such as valves associated with that pipework. The pipework will run underground across the town centre of Worthing and provide heat energy to multiple buildings across the Town. Please note, the infrastructure subject to this planning application is entirely underground so has no visual impact once the installation is complete.

100 - 108 Montague Street Worthing
Change of use of part of the first and second floors from retail to residential use, demolition of part of the northern elevation and extension to this elevation, extension at first floor level to the warehouse, installation of a new floor in the warehouse to match the level of the retail showroom first floor, alterations to the Crescent Road frontage to the warehouse, creation of a new access to the proposed flats from Graham Road, creation of 8 flats including a roof top flat and conversion and extension of part of the sales area, provision of cycle and bin storage and ancillary works. Application to vary condition 1 of approved AWDM/1752/20: Alterations to include extended showroom on second floor, improvements to internal flat layouts and alterations to third floor to increase habitable living area.

STREET RECORD Carlton Mews Worthing
Application for consent under Worthing Tree Preservation Order No.34 of 2002 to reduce radial spread by up to 1.5 metres, crown lift up to 6 metres, and remove deadwood one English Oak tree T1.

Applications can be viewed on the Council’s web site at or electronically at Reception, Portland House, Richmond Road, Worthing between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Representations should be submitted by email using the online form on our website (including your postal address on the email) or by writing to me at the address below, so that they are received by me not later than 21 days from the date of publication of this notice in the case of applications involving listed buildings or within conservation areas, or 14 days for all other applications.

Gary Peck
Planning Services Manager
Portland House, 44 Richmond Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1HS

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