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LETTER: Build a bridge over the A27

Having studied the plans and read your correspondence on the proposed IKEA development at New Monks Farm, it is clear that traffic is one of the major associated problems.

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LETTER: Questions over development...

Having attended the New Monks Farm Development exhibition there are a number of points which should be considered and questions that need to be asked.

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LETTER: Has anybody got any ideas?

It is upsetting today to see the way that young people are being treated.

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LETTER: The coastline is biggest asset

May I suggest if councillor Luke Proudfoot wants Worthing to have ‘A Bright Future?’ (Herald, February 2) he should support the residents’ ‘Save our Seafront and Skyline’ campaign and stop supporting high rise buildings and towers that will put Worthing in the shade, cut the light from our beach, seafront, promenade, open spaces and leisure facilities.

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LETTER: Setting sail...

It is now clear that the ship ‘United’ Kingdom will shortly set course for the unknown destination of Brexit, under a captain, who originally supported ‘remain’, along with 48 per cent of passengers preferring to stay in European waters.

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LETTER: Keep the water running...

For the past few years, autumns and winters have been very mild, and yet, except for one available source of water (a tap adjacent to the chapel), the water at Durrington Cemetery is turned off.

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LETTER: A relevant note on Brexit...

Perhaps relevant to Brexit as we have it developing. And for literalists.

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LETTER: Venue there to be enjoyed?

With regard to the story ‘Could the bell soon be rung on wrestling’ (Herald & Gazette, February 2), the real debate, and one I hope Worthing’s councillors will address, is:-

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LETTER: Just a thought on IKEA site...

I walked up to Steep Down Hill the other day and enjoyed the view east.

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LETTER: Future of area’s housing needs

It is deeply concerning that our planning committee has rolled over and agreed a plan for the redevelopment of the Bunce’s Chapel Road site with no provision for affordable housing.

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LETTER: Disappointment over tower plan

After attending the Aquarena development meeting I must admit I was disappointed with the result, although most of the public at the meeting and the speakers were against the development the council decided to push it through anyway.

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LETTER: Let children be children

On Thursday afternoon a friend of mine went to a café in South Street in Lancing with her three-year-old boy and a friend also with her toddler.

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LETTER: New members recruited

Thanks to newspaper editors up and down the country, the British Element Trieste Force Association has recruited 40 new members over the past 20 months.

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LETTER: Thanks for donation

In response to Mr Harper’s letter (published January 19), where he expressed deep gratitude to his local hospital and launched an online campaign to boost healthcare services under pressure, I would like to extend my sincerest thanks for his extremely generous donation of £1,000.

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LETTER: Hospital staff so kind and helpful

Having spent five weeks in Worthing Hospital after injuring my back, I want to say a big thank-you to all the staff in the emergency admission ward, Becket Ward and, finally, Buckingham Ward.

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LETTER: House-building rate inadequate

I appreciate that there are always problems and issues related to creating a Local Plan – not least of which is what are the technical aspects of a development.

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LETTER: How can flats bring a boost?

In my opinion, no matter how many of the public petitioned against the block of flats being proposed on the old Aquarena site, it would still be accepted.

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LETTER: Concern over traffic increase

I went to the exhibition in Shoreham for the proposed houses behind the Mash Barn estate in Lancing, and the building of an IKEA store.

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LETTER: ‘IKEA must look elsewhere’

Where do Adur District Council live? Have they somehow missed the existing chaos and traffic issues on the A27?

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LETTER: Observations on exhibition

I went to the exhibition regarding the proposed development on the flood plain between Lancing and Shoreham Airport on Saturday morning at the Shoreham Centre.

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