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06
June

Coast to Capital Leaders Commend Potential of University's Tech Park

THE leader of the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership has applauded the high-quality of the University of Chichester’s new Engineering and Digital Technology Park on a recent visit to the £35million development.

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16
May

Multi-million pound Crawley Infrastructure Improvement Schemes

Exciting proposals for the £8.3million Crawley Eastern Gateway and £5.3million Station Gateway projects go on display soon in a series of public exhibitions.

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11
May

£2.2m Queensway Regeneration Project Moves to Next Stage

Major improvements to Queensway and The Pavement have moved a step closer with contractors now able to bid for the works.

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27
April

Teville Gate Car Park Bulldozing goes on After Asbestos Checks

More demolition work on a town centre eyesore has been carried out.

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27
April

Irwin Mitchell's Gatwick Office Holds Spring Dinner

Over 50 business leaders from across the South East attended Irwin Mitchell’s annual Spring Dinner last night (26 April) at The Royal Brighton Pavilion.

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26
April

Coast to Capital Enjoy Unique Behind-The-Scenes Tour

Shoreham Port were delighted to welcome members of the Board from Coast to Capital for a boat tour last week and the use of Nautilus House for their Board meeting.

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13
April

Coast to Capital Funding Announced for The Charleston Trust

Coast to Capital has awarded £400,000 through the Local Growth Fund for The Charleston Trust Centenary Project to preserve Charleston's heritage, enhance the Trust's economic and cultural role and expand the site to achieve a sustainable financial future.

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25
March

Adur & Worthing Business Partnership Launch new Business Portal

A new digital platform to showcase Adur & Worthing's bright burgeoning business community has been launched.

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22
March

Crawley Students Win Major Science Awards

Students from two Crawley schools have won prizes at the national finals of the Big Bang UK Young Scientist and Engineers’ Competition.

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08
March

Giving voice to high-tech signs to help visually-impaired passengers

Visually-impaired bus passengers can now get the full benefit from new, recently-installed Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) displays, thanks to the provision of audio key fobs.

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08
March

Moulsecoomb Special School Students Given Chance to Build and Race a Solar-Powered Kit Car

14 young people who attend Homewood College, a special school in Moulsecoomb serving those with complex social, emotional and mental health needs, are poised to to build and then race a solar-powered kit car as part of the national Greenpower Education Trust project.

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08
March

Ricardo Centenary Innovation Centre formally opened by HRH The Duke of Kent

His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited the Ricardo Shoreham Technical Centre today to dedicate the new events, exhibitions and training facility that celebrates the company’s centenary – and its ongoing focus on innovation and sustainability.

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05
March

Adur and Worthing Business Partnership support award winning STEM Students

Students were thrilled with the news that they have been enabled to participate in the UK finals of a science and engineering competition thanks to a generous pledge of £600 from the Adur and Worthing Business Partnership.

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05
March

Work to start soon on the demolition of Worthing's Teville Gate

Plans to unlock a major town centre site for redevelopment are moving forward at great pace thanks to Worthing Borough Council.

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26
February

Long haul passengers give UK GDP the biggest boost, according to new Gatwick report on the ‘Visitor Economy’

Foreign visitors arriving at Gatwick spent over 40 million nights in the UK in 2017 and contributed £4.7 billion to GDP and supported 93,000 jobs

A further £1.2 billion also added to the UK Exchequer in taxes – enough to cover the salaries of 46,000 nurses or 36,000 teachers

UK economy receives a £200 million GDP, 4000 job boost every time 100,000 more passengers from Asia arrive at Gatwick

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