Many of us feel intuitively that being near trees is good for our state of mind, but modern life can let us forget that. Lockdown
Loving Where We Live
Protecting Shoreham’s natural environment of river, beach and Downs now and for the future
It’s our greatest asset. And our highest priority.
Everyone in Shoreham agrees that the environment of Shoreham is vitally important. Over-development, lack of infrastructure, increased traffic and poor building design all potentially threaten the environment of Shoreham. We need to protect and conserve the green spaces, wildlife, sea and rivers that are part of Shoreham – more plastic free, less cars, wider paths, cycle lanes and recycling bins on the street.
The Shoreham Society will press the Council into considering the wider environmental and social factors when assessing new development plans. If you care about environmental issues in Shoreham-by-Sea, then join up and make your voice heard.
Adur District Council has just announced that it will support a plan to upgrade The Meads recreation ground using natural turf and significantly improved drainage.
New rainfall drainage techniques are being explored for proposed developments in Brighton Road and Shoreham Harbour to reduce the risk of local flooding. An initiative
A project at Shoreham Habour will create a ‘green hydrogen hub’ in the form of a 20-megawatt electrolysis plant producing hydrogen for vehicle fuel cells.
he Shoreham Society is stepping up its campaign to make the town greener and more attractive.”Adur Arbor” is an extension of an idea from Rosslyn
Adur Council’s controversial decision to allow an IKEA store and 600 homes in the New Monks Farm area on the western edge of Shoreham Airport