Since 1984

Shoreham Society
A voice for Shoreham-by-Sea

The Shoreham Society is an independent voice for all who care about the town of Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex. Its remit covers planning, conservation, development, the local economy, environmental issues and general local interest.

Formed in 1984, the society is a registered charity. It is strictly non-political and free from commercial interests. It works for the conservation of Shoreham’s historic architecture and the enhancement of the town’s environment by encouraging an enlightened approach to planning.

It has positively influenced a number of important developments in the town, working with planners, developers and architects to achieve significant improvements to proposals. And through its conservation award scheme it gives public recognition for projects which improve the built environment.

 

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Planning and Biodiversity

This year, the 2017 Adur Local Plan will be reviewed and its horizon extended for a further five years to 2037. As part of the

Environment

Can you give a home to a Birch Tree?

The Birch Tree Project is a local tree planting initiative. Surplus trees from Ashdown Forest are lifted (bare root) and transplanted or ‘tree-located’. Usually the

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Planning and Biodiversity

This year, the 2017 Adur Local Plan will be reviewed and its horizon extended for a further five...

Can you give a home to a Birch Tree?

The Birch Tree Project is a local tree planting initiative. Surplus trees from Ashdown Forest are...

Marilyn Stafford’s
Shoreham Network Talk

Marilyn Stafford is a remarkable British photographer who lives in Shoreham-by-Sea. She worked...

Adur In Action: A Portrait of Voluntary & Community Life
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Events Diary

Shoreham Port – Our Future

Feb 18 @ 7:30 pm –

Tom Willis, Chief Executive of Shoreham Port, will talk about how the Port is creating a thriving community of innovative businesses, is supporting a vibrant community of local partners and is developing a fully sustainable future for the Port.

Planning and the Biodiversity of Shoreham-by-Sea

Jan 21 @ 7:30 pm –

Laura Brook, Conservation Officer, Sussex Wildlife Trust joins us to discuss the role of biodiversity in Shoreham’s future. From nature recovery networks to how you can get involved and influence planning for the benefit of biodiversity, Laura has all the information at her fingers tips. A must for anyone who values the natural environment of our town and how to make it better.

Protect and preserve Shoreham for future generations.

Sustainable Air & Climate

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Better Water Environment

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Water quality

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Supporting Energy Saving

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