Following the declaration of a Climate Emergency in 2019, Chichester District Council has announced it has been taking 60 actions to reduce carbon emissions across the district, including recently introducing comprehensive carbon literacy training for councillors and staff to help them better address climate change within the council's work.
Our district includes a wide range of parks, gardens, and open space. This is why we are joining in with Love Parks Week, which runs from Friday 28 July until Sunday 6 August.
Chichester District Council is now notifying neighbours of planning applications submitted in their area by letter, following a temporary switch to public notices during the Covid pandemic.
A ground-breaking project, where a community in Westbourne will be building their own homes for local people to rent, is being backed by Chichester District councillors.
Councillors at Chichester District Council have thanked everyone who responded to the latest Chichester Local Plan consultation, which took place earlier this year.
Councillors have given the green light for several blocks of public conveniences in the Chichester District to be refurbished over the coming months
Hello. I'm Harsha Desai and I am the Cabinet Member for Growth and Place at Chichester District Council. I want to talk to you this week about the district's economy and how businesses are investing in our beautiful area.
Residents, businesses and visitors get into the party spirit at Chichester's annual Summer Street Party
Hundreds of people flocked to Chichester city centre this weekend to enjoy a day full of family fun with activities, entertainment, music, and delicious food and drink at the Chichester Summer Street Party and Cross Market & More.
A vegan wellness shop which hopes to help people buy more sustainably sourced and produced products has opened in Crane Street, Chichester. The shop has opened thanks to Chichester District Council's ongoing Pop-Up Shop initiative.
A new building that is providing much needed short-stay accommodation for people facing homelessness has received a prestigious award recognising its high-quality design.
A sixth seal sculpture has recently been installed in East Beach car park in Selsey thanks to a project led by Selsey Town Council, with funding from Chichester District Council.