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A27 Arundel Bypass - No to Grey

Response to Environment Impact Assessment Scoping Report

A Scoping Report has been published by Highways England for submission to the Planning Inspectorate. You can read our formal response to this by clicking here.

No to Grey poster You can download a copy of our No to Grey campaign poster by clicking one of the files below. Please print one out and display it for all to see!
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6th May - Local Elections and Neighbourhood Plan referendum

Elections take place on 6th May for West Sussex County Councillors, the next Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner and the Walberton Neighbourhood Plan.

Residents must be registered to vote several weeks ahead of election day on Thursday 6th May. For anyone not already on the electoral register, the deadline to apply to register to vote is midnight on Monday 19th April. Registering is easy and takes just five minutes online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

Our local polling station has been moved to Westergate Methodist Church due to Covid-19 restrictions. For ease of social distancing and travel, why not register for a postal vote? You only have until 5pm on Tuesday 20th April to do this, so do it now! Click here to download an application form from Arun District Council.

More information on this May's election can be found on Arun District Council's website.


The Parish of Walberton comprises three settlements - Walberton, Binsted and Fontwell - with around 895 dwellings and at the last count 1735 registered electors.

There are up to 9 Parish Councillors who between them share responsibilities for the Finance and Health and Safety, General Purposes and Planning Committees as well as representing the Council on many other Committees from the Village Hall to District Council Committees.


The Parish Council welcomes members of the public to its meetings and encourages active participation during Public Questions.