Bognor Regis Regeneration Board
This partnership was established as an advisory body on regeneration activity in Bognor Regis. It brings together leading representatives from the key public, private and community stakeholders in Bognor Regis. The Board came together recognising that only a collective and cohesive approach would generate and secure the economic benefits sought by those who live and work in the town.
The partnership has created a strong foundation on which to encourage investment and growth in the town. For more information, you can visit the Bognor Regis Regeneration Board website.
Coastal West Sussex Partnership
Focusing on strategic matters, it brings together leaders and senior officers from business, education institutions and the public sector to work collectively on economic issues that affect the coastal area. ADC makes a financial contribution to the partnership and sits on the board. For more information please visit the Coastal West Sussex Partnership website.
Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
Formed in 2011 as one of the UK's new Local Enterprise Partnerships, it is focused on delivering growth in the region. It is a public /private partnership which is tasked with stimulating growth and adding value. West Sussex CC represents the district council’s on the LEP board. ADC works closely with the LEP to develop local growth and funding opportunities. For more information please visit the Coast to Capital website.
West Sussex County Council Growth Board / Arun Economy Project Board
The Growth Board is led by WSCC and includes Arun District Council officers and District and County Cabinet Members. It has overseen the development and delivery of the Arun Place Plan, which you can learn more about on our Economic Strategy and Delivery page. The priorities of this will be used to develop a clear West Sussex Investment and Delivery Plan enabling strategic investment decisions to be made that ensure that best return is achieved against investment. It will ensure that cross county issues are addressed – e.g. strategic road, rail, transport, skills, utilities, NHS, SDNP and that appropriate funding is secured.
Arun Business Partnership
The aim of the Business Partnership is to help local Arun businesses to thrive and grow. By working together local businesses can help each other . It has over 3000 business members. ADC supports delivery and co-ordination of the partnership and makes a financial contribution. You can learn more at the Arun Business Partnership website.