Whether you are a resident, business or visitor, we would like to warmly welcome you to Arundel Town Council’s website. Our beautiful heritage town has so much to offer; from the wonderful castle set against the back drop of the South Downs National Park, to the unique local businesses and friendly community spirit. We, at the Town Council, take pride in serving our community.
Arundel operates under three tiers of local government: Arundel Town Council, Arun District Council and West Sussex County Council. Arundel Town Council comprises 12 Councillors elected every 4 years with our Mayor being elected every year.
The Town Council acts as a consultee and lobbying force with both the County and District Councils, putting forward the wishes and needs of the local community. We meet regularly to make decisions on the work and direction of the Council and staff.
The Town Council is responsible to the people it represents – that is you, the local community!
Attending a Council meeting is the best way to find out what we do. We have Full Council meetings and Committee meetings (Finance & General Purposes, Planning & Environment and Traffic and Access) which are generally held on a monthly basis, or you can find our news stories here to keep up-to-date with what we are working on at the moment.
The Town Hall
Tel: +44 (0)1903 882954
NB – this notice and all WSCC works can be found on the following website: http://westsussex.cdmf.info/public/traffic_tab.htmread more
A Decision has been made on the Arundel Neighbourhood Plan Review and the Decision Statement, was published on the ADC website as of the 10th October 2019. Following an Independent Examination, Arun District Council and South Downs National Park confirms formal acceptance of the recommendations outlined in the Arundel Neighbourhood Plan Review Examination Report. The Examiner [...]read more
West Sussex County Council has received a request for Temporary Traffic Regulation as follows. The application is currently being processed and we will be advised further when details are confirmed.read more
Arun District Council has opened public consultation in relation to its PSPO and is seeking views from the communities about the proposals to tackle anti-social behaviour. The consultation will run for one month, ending at midday on Thursday 24 October 2019. An online survey is available via the Council’s website at https://www.arun.gov.uk/news-archive/tackling-antisocial-behaviour-join-the-debate-1978/. The responses provided [...]read more
It is our beautiful river, home to mullet, swans, gulls and our visiting seal. But it needs to be kept in its place. Starting this October £4.7m is being spent doing just that, as work on the Arundel flood defence scheme begins. It is an enormous amount for money for our town and its 3,500 [...]read more