Fly tipping is an offence that we take very seriously. Not only does it ruin the landscape of our beautiful district, but it also poses an environmental risk and costs more than £350,000 of taxpayers' money to clear up every year.
Following last year's success of Culture Spark Chichester District Council announced earlier this year that it will fund another two and a half years of events, live entertainment, and community projects to celebrate the rich and diverse range of cultural and heritage experiences in the district.
Businesses in the Chichester District are encouraged to attend a sustainability 'Lunch and Learn' event
Businesses in the Chichester District are being encouraged to attend a free 'Lunch and Learn' event about sustainability and advice about reducing their carbon footprint taking place next month.
A series of works to improve access and views from the northwest entrance of Priory Park in Chichester have just been completed.
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.