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Draft Chichester City Council Plan 2024-2029 published – we want to hear from you!

DEADLINE EXTENDED to 14 February 2024

The draft City Plan for 2024-2029 has now been published for public consultation and we want to hear your thoughts!

Do you live or work in the Parish of Chichester? Does the postcode where you live or work start with PO19? Do you live or work in the area marked on this map? Are you a regular visitor to Chichester?

Then we want to hear from you!

The City Plan sets out the draft aims and objectives for the City Council for the next five years and it is important that you, the residents of and visitors to the city, help us to guide these future plans so we can all work together to make Chichester a place where everyone can thrive.

For more information and to take part in the consultation, please go to: City Plan – Chichester City Council

If you would prefer to receive a paper copy of the draft City Plan 2024/2029, please contact:

  • City Plan 2024/2029 consultation, Chichester City Council, The Council House, North Street, Chichester. PO19 1LQ
  • 01243 788502
Image showing the cover of the draft Chichester City Council Plan 2024/2029

Holocaust Memorial Day – 27 January

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Tender opportunity – Chichester City centre floral displays 2024-2026

Image showing an example of Chichester City Council floral planting - hanging baskets - Crispins cafe, East Street, Chichester

Chichester City Council is seeking tenders from companies for the supply and maintenance of hanging baskets and street level planters in the city centre.

The successful applicant will enhance the floral aspects of the city and provide a high degree of floral excellence.

There is also an option to tender for planting and maintaining 2 municipal flower beds near to Chichester Cathedral.

For more information and/or to apply, please visit the HM Government Contracts Finder service here:

Chichester City Floral Displays 2024-2026

Closing date: 31 January 2024 – 12 noon

City Council Christmas office closure

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Chichester City Council’s offices will be closing for Christmas at 12 noon on Friday 22 December 2023.

We will be reopening at 9.30am on Tuesday 2 January 2024.

The City Councillors and Officers wish you all a happy festive season and new year.

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Chichester Remembers – 2023

12 November 2023 saw the Mayor of Chichester, Councillor Craig J L Gershater, join City Councillors, local civic leaders, veterans groups, serving armed forces personnel, the emergency services, youth organisations, Sussex Police and Police cadets and other community groups in a march through Chichester to the War Memorial at Litten Gardens where those that have paid the ultimate price in service to their country were remembered.

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