When elected on 5 May, our candidates will make a difference. These are our priorities for Adur, developed as a result of listening to the community.

We believe local people are taken for granted by the current Conservative-led council. We are on your side. We will listen to you and take action:

  • Community – we listen to you because this is your place; your community must make the decisions
  • Environment – cutting pollution, improving air quality, insulating council homes, more green space
  • Towns – Prosperity plan for jobs and homes for all, winning investments from national funding schemes
  • Family – secure and safe social housing using local firms and people. Support services for young and elderly people.

Community – your community will make the decisions

  • The community decides what is needed to make Adur even better
    • to live in
    • to work in
    • to do business in and
    • to get around
  • A community-led plan for Adur
  • Neighbourhoods deciding their future – power to your neighbourhood!


  • Faster action to tackle the climate emergency and reduce pollution – working with the community and local businesses
  • Better local green spaces, parks and playgrounds
  • No to sewage in our streets, rivers and sea
  • Food-waste collections
  • Safe routes for walking and cycling
  • Skills courses for a local green economy

Towns and our village

  • Any new developments must serve the needs of the community – social housing, community space, support for health services, schools, public transport, active travel.
  • Safe and clean town centres – improved public spaces
  • Priority to local businesses for council contracts,
  • Bids  for funding for improvements to town centres, parks and amenities
  • Promote the area to attract more visitors, boosting our local economy
  • Any new development includes homes to rent that are within reach of people on typical local wages
  • Secure and safe social housing
  • More homes for people with a disability
  • Local emergency accommodation
  • A fair deal for council tenants – timely, good quality repairs, insulated homes to cut energy bills and reduce emissions that harm the environment

Family and well-being

  • Partnership with community groups to identify the support needed to reduce poverty in local neighbourhoods
  • Improved  energy efficiency of council housing – a review of the need and costs of improving council home insulation and energy use, reducing fuel poverty and benefiting the environment
  • Those who need it receive discounts on their council tax
  • Help and advice to those in need of support at a time of rising food and energy costs
  • Concessionary access to leisure facilities
  • Restoring and supporting access to mental health services
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