You may be unaware that as a council we run a Choose Work service. This is a fantastic service that supports residents who are currently out of work and who live in the district. Our dedicated team offer individual support and advice to assist with personal and professional development.
Chichester District Council's 'Tree Chichester District' scheme will benefit from a £120,000 funding boost to continue researching ways to increase tree cover in rural and urban areas over the next two years, with a particular focus on improving habitat connectivity across the district.
The Chichester Cross Market and More returns to the city centre on 15 October and 19 November, following two successful markets earlier this year.
Housing is a huge issue for the district. Around 2,000 households with a connection to the district — such as people who have been brought up here or who are a key worker in the district — are waiting for a home in our area. Around 48% of these have urgent housing needs.
Residents in the Chichester District are being asked for their views on the information that applicants must provide in support of their planning applications.
The City Sounds music festival is returning to Chichester on Saturday 25 November, following its success in March of this year, and promises to be even bigger and better.