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Important announcements and general Business Park news will be regularly posted on this page. The very latest information will also be available in various places around the website and on facebook & twitter.
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  • 09 November 2017 1:57 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Start-Up – Sponsored by: Adur & Worthing Council

    Here & Now Media Ltd

    Freedom Works Ltd

    Refsix Ltd

    Vertex Joinery Ltd

    Vanilla Pod Beauty

    Freedom Works Ltd

    Refsix Ltd

    Vertex Joinery Ltd

    Vanilla Pod Beauty


    Small Business (up to 9 employees) – Sponsored by: Adur & Worthing Business Partnership (AWBP)

    ColourFull Kitchens Ltd

    GoGecko Recruitment

    Hit Refresh Marketing

    Priavo Security

    The Beauty Island Sanctuary

    Wall Brothers Carpets & Flooring


    Medium Business (10 to 49 employees) – Sponsored by: Allergy Therapeutics

    5 Rings Group

    Prosperon Networks

    Proto Restaurant Group

    Spicer International Ltd

    The Protein Ball Co


     (50+ employees) – Sponsored by: Worthing Pier, Southern Pavilion

    Egalite Care Ltd

    Gardner Scardifield Ltd

    South Downs Leisure

    The Gemini Print Group

    Worthing Homes


     Business Personality – Sponsored by: The Martlet Partnership

    Keren Lewis

    Lauren Tapp

    Sandra Crathern

    Sharon Clarke

    Steve Cropper


     Manufacturing & Engineering – Sponsored by: Carpenter Box

    Allergy Therapeutics

    Nordell Ltd

    The Protein Ball Co

    Vertex Joinery Ltd


     Young Achiever – Sponsored by: Lancing College Preparatory School at Worthing

    Abbie Kimber

    Ben Griggs

    David Kemp

    James MacDonald

    Jodie Rogers


     Customer Service – Sponsored by: Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce

    Prosperon Networks

    Spicer International Ltd

    Towbex Ltd

    Wall Brothers Carpet & Flooring

    Warnes Projects Ltd


     Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure – Sponsored by: Southern Water

    RopeTackle Arts Centre

    South Downs Leisure

    The Egremont Public House

    The Hummingbird Restaurant

    Worthing Rugby Club

    Worthing Town Centre Initiative


     Innovation – Sponsored by: Kreston Reeves

    ColourFull Kitchens Ltd

    ECE Architecture Ltd

    Jacks & Jones Estate Agents

    Refsix Ltd

    The Protein Ball Co


     Training & Development -Sponsored by: MET - Greater Brighton Metropolitan College

    Egalite Care Ltd

    Innavision

    Proto Restaurant Group

    Ricardo

    Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce


    Green Business – Sponsored by: Sussex Transport

    A Greener Alternative

    Kenads Printers

    Nature Shop

    Proto Restaurant Group


    Retailer – Sponsored by: Worthing Town Centre Initiative

    Gardner & Scardifield Ltd

    Shore Being Natural Foods

    The Garden Pantry

    VJG Jewellery

    Wall Bros Carpet & Flooring


     Place to Eat and/or Drink – Sponsored by: Bennett Griffin Solicitors & Notaries

    Ami Bistro

    CrabShack

    Food Restaurant

    The Egremont Public House

    The Hummingbird Restaurant


    Building & Construction - Sponsored by: Gardner Scardifield

    ECE Architecture

    Empire Construction Group Ltd

    Roberts & Co Construction Ltd

    Warnes Projects Ltd

    Vertex Joinery Ltd


    Business in the Community - Sponsored by: Bowers & Wilkins

    5 Rings Group

    ECE Architecture

    Gardner & Scardifield Ltd

    Robert Luff & Co

    Whitebox UK


    Lifetime Achievement – Sponsored by: JSPC Computer Services

    To be announced on the night!


    Overall Business of the Year – Sponsored by: Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd

    To be announced on the night!


  • 09 November 2017 10:35 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
    Free Head and Shoulders Photos for people's LinkedIn profile


    Martin Bloomfield from Bloomfield Digital and Julian Tate from Image 1 are holding an open day on Friday the 24th of November 2017 11am-4pm at Lancing Business Park, Studio 12, Triangle Business Centre. If you want a high resolution photo, its asked that you donate £10 to care for veterans, Lancing Business Parks Charity of the Year. 

    There are also nibbles provided by Peter Wood from Eat Food Love Food.


  • 25 October 2017 11:17 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    'A concert for a cure' 
    Thursday 2nd November.
    Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for concessions 
    all proceeds go to Cancer Research UK.
    Click here to book now.

    Christmas quiz night
    Friday 24th November.
    Tickets £5 per person.
     
    Fundrasing for the SRWA Kenya Trip 2018.

  • 25 October 2017 11:14 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Connaught Theatre | Thursday 16 & Friday 17 November
    Stunning new show from pioneering dance company Motionhouse.

    Prepare for a futuristic experience that will immerse all of your senses in awe. This electrifying new production combines film projection and interactive expanding screens with fast-paced choreography. A unique collaboration between science and nature, you have to see it to believe it! 

    Click here to book your tickets now



  • 25 October 2017 11:03 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Lookfantastic Training are a government funded training provider they deliver Warehouse and Customer Service/ Business Admin NVQ's for City & Guilds

    the government are offering a £1000 incentive to any employer that takes on an apprentice that is 16-18 years old and fully funds their apprenticeship including Maths and English if the apprentice did not achieve the desired GSCE grades.

    these qualifications are also available for 19+ learners who are existing employees that wish to take a qualification in their specific area

    All training is on the job so we meet all the business needs.

    To find out more click on the links below:

    Introduction lbp.docx

    Employing an apprentice lbp.docx


  • 24 October 2017 9:41 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Worthing’s MPs Tim Loughton and Sir Peter Bottomley have welcomed a positive response from Transport Secretary Chris Grayling about future options for the A27. This follows a meeting they held with the Secretary of State straight after Highways England announced its limited single option proposal constrained by the indicative budget allocated to the project. Subsequently the proposal met with universal rejection and the A27 Working Group, set up by the MPs, wrote formally to reject what was on offer.

    The MPs have consistently argued for options that involve grade separation at the major junctions if the online option is the only way ahead after a full blown bypass was earlier rejected as unworkable and unaffordable. This would involve underpasses or bridges at key pinch points widely seen as the major obstacle to proper traffic flow. Earlier this month they met the lead officials from Highways England working on the project to discuss ongoing work on options once the consultation responses have been processed. An announcement is expected by January.

    The letter from Chris Grayling confirms that the single option from Highways England has very little support and therefore he has asked for a review of ‘viable alternative options…including a grade separation option…to give a full perspective of the alternatives in terms of funding and environmental factors.’

    Tim Loughton & Sir Peter jointly commented:

    “This is very good news and we are delighted that Chris Grayling has listened to the very real concerns we preened from our constituents who have universally rejected the inadequate and underfunded single option.

    "It is essential that Highways England is now permitted to look at the grade separation options which are referred to in the consultation document and new effective solutions can be put forward to local people next year. This is the only way that we stand any chance of achieving significant improvements to traffic flow on our stretch of the A27.

    "We will continue to work hard to achieve the additional funding required. That will certainly not be anything less than the amounts that have been earmarked for the Arundel section, which is still on track. This may delay the work a little but it will be worth it rather than compromise on a costly white elephant which only offered ‘tinkering at the edges.”

    A full version of Chris Grayling’s letter can be downloaded here.

  • 28 September 2017 11:05 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    EAGLE HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS LIMITED
    UNIT 2 CROWN BUILDINGS 33 CHARTWELL ROAD
    LANCING BUSINESS PARK LANCING W SUSSEX BN15 8SP
    TEL; 01903 751494 FAX; 01903 751522 EMAIL; eaglehydraulic@btconnect.com

    We have been trading on the Lancing Business Park for over 25 years supplying many of the local Companies with their hydraulic requirements.

    We can offer a design, build and installation service for any Hydraulic Power Pack requirements you may have. Our Engineer has been in the hydraulics industry for over 35 years and has gained a wealth of knowledge. We are always available to help with any enquiries/breakdowns/service you may have in house or in the field.

    We also have a trade counter and can source a wide range of Filters, Motors, Pumps, Cylinders, Fittings, Tube and any loose items. We try to stock a wide range of parts. All Hydraulic repairs undertaken.

    We can also make up hoses to Customers requirements while you wait.

    Give us a Call First.

  • 28 September 2017 10:59 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Exporting with confidence - Member benefits

    By Stuart Austen, Head of Trade Credit for Sutton Winson, one of the UK’s leading independent Insurance Brokers and Risk Management providers.

    A business may face greater risks when exporting overseas than when it sells within the UK, as exporting brings new commercial, political and economic considerations.

    The company may have little or no previous experience of dealing with either overseas customers or the political or economic uncertainties in those countries.

    Credit insurance offers security and comfort to enable companies to export. It also provides access to an extensive information network, which acts as an effective early warning mechanism for

    adverse customer trends. Once credit insurance is taken out, the relationship between the insurer and the business remains fluid until a claim is made, as the credit provider will be there to support the business.

    Throughout the lifetime of the policy, the credit insurer will inform the business of any changes that might impact the financial health of their customers, and therefore their ability to pay for goods or delivered services. The business can then establish a plan with their customer to mitigate the risk.

    As a provider of credit insurance, Sutton Winson brings experience and expertise to help Lancing Business Park members mitigate the risk of exporting. As we understand the local customs and legal environment, we can help you to export with knowledge and confidence.

    T +44 (0)7469 855815

    stuart.austen@swib.co.uk

    www.suttonwinson.com

  • 26 September 2017 3:11 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Please be advised that the Inter-trade expo planned
    for Thursday 28th September has been cancelled.

  • 21 September 2017 11:37 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    I write as a business owner of Parafix Holdings Ltd whose Head Quarters are on the Business Park along with owners of other large companies who represent the Park on the A27 Working Group, namely Sussex Transport Ltd and Rabbit Waste Management Ltd.

    Having read the Highways England proposal and attended the very many presentations, we reject outright their proposal, we are businesses that genuinely want to continue to operate from Lancing but our strong view is that the proposal will give us 2 years of chaos resulting in a loss of income and growth potential for a questionable benefit.

    The haulage and transport firms on the Park believe if we are unable to achieve the obvious resolution to this challenge of tunnelling under the Downs, the only effective solution would be grade separation.

    We as business owners are called to make capital expenditure decisions, recognise the additional cost but when we make such a call it has to be fit for purpose, even if the pay back is longer but sustainable.

    Consideration must also be taken into account if the solution does not resolve the issue the larger companies will move away.

    This proposal is seen as a cheap sticking plaster option. Please go back to the Government and restate the case for the budget to give us what we need.

    We offer ourselves available to discuss this urgent matter further.

    For your information, Lancing Business Park is a B.I.D. with 290 buildings, 250 companies employing 3,000 people.

    Michael A Punter

    Chairman

    Lancing Business Park Ltd

    mpunter@parafix.co.uk


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