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Successful bid for funding will help Chichester swimming pool become more energy efficient

A bid for government funding to help projects aimed at improving the energy efficiency of the swimming pool at Chichester's Westgate Leisure Centre has been successful.

Work starts on refurbishing key public conveniences in the Chichester District

Work to refurbish public conveniences across the Chichester District has just started.

Preparation work to start on introducing food waste collections to Chichester District

The green light has been given to start initial work on a major project to introduce weekly food waste collections across Chichester District.

Roar-some new exhibition comes to The Novium Museum in Chichester

An egg-citing new exhibition will be roaring into The Novium Museum, Chichester this summer!

Nominations to open for Selsey Town Council by-election

Candidates are being sought to fill a vacancy at Selsey Town Council in the run up to a by-election on Thursday 2 May 2024

District Dispatch - 19 March 2024

Recently, I've been finding out about some of the amazing projects across the district that we have helped fund, using money that we have secured from the Government's Levelling Up Fund.

District Dispatch - 12 March 2024

At the end of February, councillors set the budget for the year ahead and agreed to increase our portion of council tax by £5.41 a year for the average taxpayer.

£220,000 issued to projects in communities across Chichester District to boost economic growth

More than £220,000 has been issued to businesses and community groups in the Chichester District over the last year to help boost the area's economic growth.

Council to bid for Government money to improve habitats and help protect Chichester Harbour from flooding

Leading councillors have given the go ahead to bid for government money so that Chichester District Council's coastal engineering service can develop a plan for the Chichester Harbour area that will help communities prepare for flooding and coastal change. The plan would also help to protect and restore the harbour's habitats and ecosystems.

District Dispatch - 5 March 2024

This week is National Empty Homes Week, which looks to put the spotlight on the important work that is being done to reduce the number of homes that have been left empty for six months or longer.

Council helps property owners bring empty homes back into use

With National Empty Homes Week starting on Monday 4 March, Chichester District Council is urging owners of empty properties to find out how the council can help bring these much-needed homes back into use.

£5.41 council tax rise per year for the average taxpayer is agreed to protect vital services in Chichester District

Chichester District councillors have agreed to increase the average council tax bill by £5.41 a year for a Band D property in order to protect vital services across the district.