Growth and investment on the Sussex coast



Breaking out of the shadow of the South East region, Adur and Worthing are establishing themselves as an attractive and compelling proposition for potential developers and investors. As ‘over heating’ takes place along coastal cities and towns, the places across Adur and Worthing are fast becoming hubs of activity.

With sustained levels of growth investment across infrastructure, housing, education and leisure sectors, the communities throughout Adur and Worthing offer welcoming and supportive environments for inward investment opportunities. This, coupled with proactive local governments, allows for a forward-thinking and dynamic local approach. 

This website is designed to introduce you to the range of investment opportunities and to the compelling case Adur and Worthing make for your next investment opportunity.

For a confidential conversation with a member of the investment team about any of the opportunities on offer, please contact us and a member of the team will be in contact shortly.

Latest news

New Monks Farm decision deferred

A decision on plans to redevelop New Monks Farm in Lancing has been deferred by members of Adur District Council's planning committee. The application by New Monks Farm Development, a subsidiary of Brighton and Hove Albion FC, included proposals to provide 600 homes...

New Monks Farm papers go live

The public papers for one of the largest planning applications in Adur District Council's history have now gone live. Councillors on the planning committee will meet next week (Wednesday 18th July 2018) at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy in Upper Boundstone Lane,...

Renaissance of the Shoreham Harbour Quarter gathers pace

Adur District Council's long-term ambition to regenerate Shoreham Harbour Quarter and create new high-quality residential and commercial area with riverside promenade and cycle path is moving forward at pace. The Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan is intended to...