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Floral displays and planting

The City Council is responsible to planting and floral displays at various locations around the city.

In addition to the West Street cathedral beds and Northgate underpass flowerbeds, the City Council is responsible for the hanging basket and street planter displays throughout the city centre.

Hanging baskets and city centre street planters

City Floral - hanging baskets - Crispins cafe
Hanging basket outside Crispins cafe, East Street
City Floral - hanging baskets - Q Hair, North Street, Chichester
Hanging baskets outside Q Hair, North Street, Chichester
City Floral - planter - North Street - Old Cross
Street planter, outside The Old Cross, North treet, Chichester

Chichester City Council, in partnership with Chichester BID, provide hanging baskets throughout the city centre each summer. This partnership also provides the street planters in North, South and East streets throughout the year.

The hanging baskets are currently provided at no extra cost to BID levy payers in the city.

If you are interested in the possibility of having a hanging basket in the future, please visit the hanging baskets guidance page for more information.

Cathedral and Northgate flower beds

The City Council’s Property Team are responsible for the planting and maintenance of the flowerbeds near the cathedral in West Street as well as the flowerbeds on the south side of the Oaklands Way underpass.

In line with City Council policy, the Property Team are introducing more wildflower planting to encourage greater populations of pollinators in to the area.

City Floral - Cathedral beds - pink flowers - cathedral in background
Cathedral beds - wildflower planting - summer 2021
Left and above – cathedral beds in West Street with wildflower planting, Summer 2021
Cathedral beds - wildflower planting - facing east - Market Cross in the background
Cathedral beds, West Street – wildflower planting with the Market Cross in the background
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