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The Bognor Regis Herald is the online newspaper of One Bognor

The One Bognor Society exists for local people to be able to discuss the future of our urban area of 63,000 people, often known as 'Bognor Regis'.|This includes our local economy and environment, and especially Regeneration at a crucial time in our Town's history.   Also, how the area is governed.  At this time, EIGHT local councils are responsible for how the area is managed:

  • West Sussex County Council which runs Education, Children & Adult Services, Highways etc - the Big Spender, and a Council that is in trouble at this time.

  • Arun District Council which has responsibility for Planning, Licensing, Environmental Health, Housing etc.  Like many Councils Arun faces massive problems re finance at this time.

  • Both these are known as 'Principal Councils' - in many areas now there are Unitary Councils which do both levels

  • There are also 6 parish-level councils - Aldwick, Bersted, Bognor Regis Town, Felpham, Middleton-on-Sea and Pagham.

  • Of these currently ONLY Bognor and Middleton have parish councillors who have all been VOTED FOR in an election, Aldwick has only 5 out of 13 who were voted for.   They spend between them over £1.5 million of public money a year.   They have a wide range of powers.  3 have parish councillors whom no one voted for!

    ONE BOGNOR poses the Question:  Do we want this to continue or would people support a single Bognor Regis Urban Area Town Council to speak for us?

    Also should West Sussex and Arun be replaced by a single Unitary, for example, from Shoreham to Bognor, along the Coast?

Bognor Regeneration - no results since 2004 In 2004 Arun Council adopted the Bognor Regis Regeneration Masterplan.   To cut a very long story very sort, in that time, NOTHING of value has been achieved.  Instead, Arun has attempted, since 2014, to impose a low-level low-vision piecemeal redevelopment which will do nothing to help the Town recover, not only from Covid but also its long-term neglect over decades. One Bognor believes that a large-scale, high-ambition plan is needed to ensure this Town retains a place in seaside resort rankings, and that Cultural Regeneration is the way forward, bringing in more and new types of Visitor, spending more money per head, revitalising local business and employment.

There are a number of ideas being proposed but One Bognor believes that the best chance lies with the Project Sunrise proposals.   These not only have full funding available (£90m to invest in our Town), but also planning permission for the relevant sites. The Project Sunrise Facebook page

Bognor Regis regeneration scheme rebrands as 'Project Sunrise' | Bognor  Regis Observer   Bognor Regis regeneration scheme rebrands as 'Project Sunrise' | Bognor  Regis Observer  Project Sunrise Bognor Regis, Suite 66, 26, The Hornet, Chichester (2021)

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