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Council sets balanced budget for financial year 2024 to 2025

Despite the effects of high levels of inflation over the last two years which have increased gross costs by some £3.5 million, the Council is still on course to deliver a balanced budget for the financial year 2024/25

Published: 22 Feb 2024

Shelley Memorial Project

Public invited to have their say in the selection of the winning design for Shelley Memorial

The public are being invited to view the designs submitted by four shortlisted artists, which are on display in Horsham Museum and Art Gallery

Published: 20 Feb 2024

Wardens bring joy to local resident

Neighbourhood Wardens reconnect the community

Storrington and Sullington Neighbourhood Wardens Chris and John recently reconnected an isolated resident with her family abroad.

Published: 14 Feb 2024

Crackdown to combat highways littering in Horsham District

We are working in collaboration with Sussex Police, the Environment Agency and West Sussex County Council to carry out a major crackdown on highways littering in the Horsham District

Published: 14 Feb 2024

Holocaust Memorial Day

Horsham marks Holocaust Memorial Day

Horsham District Council marked the day by lowering flags to half-mast and Horsham’s Capitol Theatre building was lit up in purple

Published: 29 Jan 2024

Cost Of Living

Council works with local schools to help families through cost-of-living crisis

Staff of local schools have reacted quickly to the information and advice given and uptake to the services on offer has been very positive

Published: 24 Jan 2024

Horsham District Council lion

Success for Sussex Building Control at the LABC Grand Finals

The Awards, which are the largest business to business awards in the building control sector, recognise quality, innovation, craftsmanship and compliance in all types of building construction projects, as well as the people involved

Published: 24 Jan 2024

Cost of Living Summit

Council hosts cost-of-living summit for residents of Horsham District

The Summit saw some 60 different community organisations gather to discuss how they are working with the Council to tackle the effects of the current cost-of-living situation and what they can do moving forward

Published: 24 Jan 2024

Green Leap

Your chance to get up to £5000 to help your business become greener

The video takes businesses through how to prepare a strong business case to apply for the Council’s new upcoming ‘Green LEAP’ Small Business Grant Scheme, which will be open for applications from 2 to 30 April

Published: 22 Jan 2024

Bramber Brooks purchase complete

Council completes purchase of Bramber Brooks to boost District's biodiversity

The site, which comprises some 34 acres of green space, is known as Bramber Brooks and benefits from public access, a private nature reserve and a community orchard, and is currently enjoyed by many members of the public

Published: 22 Jan 2024

The Capitol

Council set to consider refurbishment plans for Horsham's Capitol theatre

The Capitol theatre, which is almost 90 years old, was last refurbished some 21 years ago in 2003. Consequently, many aspects of its infrastructure, design and layout need to be updated to align with current day audience and environmental needs

Published: 17 Jan 2024

Overseas Voting Changes

Voting eligibility expanded for former residents now living overseas

Supporting the awareness raising campaign of the Electoral Commission, Horsham District Council is calling on residents to spread the word and to tell friends and family living abroad to check if they are eligible

Published: 16 Jan 2024

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