Public Notices of Variation and Parking Services Annual Report
When the Adur District or Worthing Borough Councils, or West Sussex County Council (WSCC), propose to make changes to their on-Street or Off-Street parking orders, as part of the statutory consultation process a copy of the notice can be found here:
Notice of proposals the District of Adur (off street parking places) (civil enforcement and consolidation) order 2011. (Amendment no.6) order 2023
Notice is hereby given of The District Council of Adur making Amendment No. 6 to The District of Adur (Off-Street Parking Places) (Civil Enforcement and Consolidation) Order 2011. The Amendment shall come into effect on 27th October 2023.
The general effect of the Order is:
- to introduce Monthly, Quarterly and Annual season tickets at Littlecroft Car Park, Lancing
- to add a definition of car club, car club permit and car club bays to the order
- to add a definition of electric vehicle and electric vehicle charging points, electric vehicle bays to the order
For full details, and how to comment or object, see:
- No notices at the moment
- No notices at the moment
See also WSCC Traffic Regulation Orders (TRO):
- TRO consultations including map - on WSCC website
- TRO consultations in Adur - on WSCC website
- TRO consultations in Worthing - on WSCC website
Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Councils are committed to providing a range of high quality parking services for residents, businesses and visitors to help manage the flow of traffic, support our local economy, support road safety and accessibility and support sustainable transport options. The services include managing council owned car parks and managing on street parking enforcement on behalf of West Sussex County Council in a fair and transparent manner.
Parking controls form an essential part of traffic management, by helping to balance the conflicting requirements of providing sufficient parking to allow the economy to thrive whilst minimising traffic congestion and air pollution.
A good parking service is important for local communities to help manage issues such as indiscriminate parking, parking on grass verges, obstructions, illegal parking or other more locally specific parking related problems which often have an adverse impact. It is therefore important that the approach to parking management is informed by an understanding of the needs of communities so that future issues can be minimised or avoided.
The main purpose for this report is to provide key information about our parking services:
- Parking Services Annual Report 2022-23 (1,433KB)
- Parking Services Annual Report 2021-22 (1,462KB)
- Parking Services Annual Report 2020-21 (1,428KB)
- Parking Services Annual Report 2019-20 (735KB)
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Get in touch:
Car parks and on-street parking (Adur & Worthing Parking Services Team)
Page last updated: 14 September 2023