Council leader ‘very committed’ to regeneration of Worthing

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The leader of West Sussex County Council is ‘very committed to the regeneration of Worthing town centre’.

The revamped Montague Place was officially opened back in September, with £1.2m spent on building a modern bandstand and creating a larger open space.

Today (Friday October 21), Michael Cloake (Con, Worthing Pier), asked leader of WSCC Louise Goldsmith if she would commit to the future of Worthing town centre’s regeneration.

Mrs Goldsmith explained that she was delighted to officially open the first phase of the town’s regeneration project.

But she added: “It’s only the first step. I’m very committed to the regeneration of Worthing and will do everything in my power to push for that.

“Worthing is an up and coming town with people spilling over from Brighton.”

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