Infrastructure and transport (Worthing)
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This plan evaluates the current conditions and challenges affecting Worthing’s infrastructure, as well as developing a new vision for that infrastructure by identifying key infrastructure shortfalls and how they can be met.
Worthing, together with four other West Sussex authorities, commissioned the "Centre for Sustainable Energy" to prepare an evidence base on renewable energy potential in their areas. The project aimed to assess the opportunities for increased use of renewable and low carbon energy across the study area. This evidence will be used to inform policies and set appropriate targets in the Local Development Framework. The study was published in October 2009 and can be viewed using the link below.
The Transport Statement of Common Ground provides the framework to assess and define the content of transport policies in the Worthing Core Strategy.
This document is available to view on request. If you would like to view any of the documents relating to this study, please contact a member of the Planning Policy team.
This document is available to view on request. If you would like to view any of the documents relating to this feasibility study, please contact a member of the Planning Policy team.
In 2010, West Sussex County Council produced new guidance on the provision of parking in new residential development accompanied by a Residential Parking Demand Calculator. Following its publication this guidance was used informally to assess planning applications. However, officers considered the guidance to be effective and more sensitive to local conditions than the previous maximum standards and, as such, the guidance was formally adopted by the Council in March 2012. To help determine the appropriate number of parking spaces to be provided as part of any new development you should refer to and use the County Council's guidance on car parking and associated car parking demand calculator:
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Adur & Worthing Councils,
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