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Unfortunately, the ANPR system was introduced earlier than advertised and District Enforcement Ltd, the Parish Council's car park contractor, would like to apologise for this error and subsequent inconvenience.
All vehicles that genuinely paid to park and received a Penalty Charge Notice will have these voided if they contact DE directly - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01785 336780.
However, anyone who did not pay to park will have to appeal the charge. Signs have been up since December but more importantly, the pay and display system has been in place for 3 years and car park users should be well aware that by not purchasing a ticket, a parking charge will be incurred.
Please be aware that from Monday, 7 January 2019, Beach Green car park will be operating via an AUTO NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION (ANPR) system.
Please see the attached Frequently Asked Questions sheet. If you have any further queries, please contact the Office.
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Sussex Police funding 2018-2022
Sussex Police have started the biggest intake of new police officers for over a decade. This has been made possible by the increase in police precept of an average £12 for a band D property, and the PCC releasing £17 million from reserves. It means that over the next four years, Sussex will have 200 more police officers on the frontline than it does today.
Although residents are pleased to hear that local policing will be strengthened by these 200 extra officers, they are already indicating that they would like even more. That is why the PCC has opened a survey on her website to gauge potential support for raising more funding locally if the Government lifts the current cap on the police precept.
Please take a moment to make your views known on this link here
You can find out more about funding for Sussex Police 2018-22 here:
Please click on the link to view further details of the West Sussex County Council's information regarding their awareness initiative - Ditch the Problem. This summarises what is available and we encourage you when and where you have opportunity to promote to your wider community
Following feedback received via Operation Watershed from community groups, WSCC has updated some helpful information to guide landowners and community groups around the tricky subject of Riparian Ownership and Responsibilities.
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Please click on link to access the above newsletter which is produced twice each year by the Department of Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs.
In respect of an article recently published in a political newsletter, the Parish Council would like to confirm that it has NOT closed the public toilets at Monks Recreation Ground. The toilets, located at the entrance to Monks Rec from North Road are very much open between 9am and 3pm, and include disabled facilities by use of a RADAR key.
The toilets are owned and managed by Adur District Council and were given an internal refurbishment not so long ago.
Please click on the link to view the Notice of Conclusion of the audit and right to inspect the Annual Return
The original documents can be inspected at the Parish Hall office.
Adur District Council has provided 8 additional wheelie bins to Lancing Parish Council to help combat the amount of litter created from visitors to Beach Green and Widewater. It is hoped that the number of bins now present will be sufficient to address the issue of overflowing bins that arose last weekend, which is then made worse by wildlife, such as seagulls and foxes, raiding and scattering rubbish further afield.
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