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Commercial properties

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Main commercial property agents

If you are seeking commercial property in Adur or Worthing, please register your requirements with the following main agents:
(listed alphabetically - links to their external websites as available)

Note - some commercial property agents have merged or been taken over:

  • Aston Rose - has now merged with Brierley & Coe, please use their link above
  • Jordan & Cook - has now merged with Michael Jones Comercial, please use their link above
  • RJL Property - has now merged with Parsons Son & Basley, please use their link above

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Invest West Sussex

West Sussex County Council has launched 'Invest West Sussex' a website to showcase West Sussex to businesses looking to start, locate or grow here.

Invest West Sussex details what the county and our business areas have to offer to regional, national and international companies and organisations. It also highlights development and investment opportunities to developers, domestic and foreign investors, and provides a vast amount of information around workforce skills, transport links and business clusters, as well as:

  • An interactive county map
  • Free commercial property search
  • Information about business support and funding opportunities across West Sussex
  • Video vox pops featuring highly successful businesses already based in West Sussex

For further information please visit the:

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Sustainable Economy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

Please find below a link to the Sustainable Economy Supplementary Planning Document which gives detailed guidance on protecting employment sites.

The starting principle is the retention of suitable and viable sites in employment use or in use as visitor accommodation.

The criteria outlined will be used to determine any applications that involve the potential loss of employment floorspace or visitor accommodation:

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