Surveys & Reports

AGM 2019

On the 9th November the Management Team convened to conduct the Annual General Meeting for the project.   The AGM was attended by;

Andy Orpin – Chairman and Project Manager

Phil Brown – Secretary

Matt England – Treasurer

Jeff Driver

Mark Wellsted

John Howard

and apologies from John Rhodes.

Over the next few days the AGM minutes will be produced and placed here for you to read along with the finance income and expenditure for Sep 18 – Sep 19.

I have pleasure in announcing that Andy Orpin will remain as the Chairman and Project Manager for a further year.   John Howard is now the new Treasure and Phil Brown is happy to remain as the Secretary.

Reptile Survey Report – July 2013

Thanks to Mr Chris Davis BSc,MSc, Consultant Herpetologist for his assistance in writing this report.
Read the Reptile Survey Report – July 2013

Wildlife Survey Report – June 2013

Thanks to Owen Mitchell for his assistance in writing this report.
Read the Wildlife Survey Report – June 2013

Botanical Survey Report – May 2013

Thanks to Mr and Mrs Stuart from Sussex Botanical Society and also Ben Rainbow from West Sussex County Council for their assistance in writing this report.
Read the Botanical Survey Report – May 2013

Littlehampton Historic Character Assessment Report – April 2009

The Sussex Extensive Urban Survey (Sussex EUS) is a study of 41 towns undertaken between 2004 and 2009 by an independent consultant (Dr Roland B Harris, BA DPhil FSA MIFA), supported from January 2008 by a Research Assistant (Elizabeth Ruffell BSc MSc), for East Sussex County Council (ESCC), West Sussex County Council (WSCC), and Brighton and Hove City Council; and was funded by English Heritage.

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The Littlehampton Fort Restoration Project

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