The Highways committee liaise between West Sussex County Council and the Parish Council with the aim of maintaining standards and appropriate safety measures necessary on our public roads within the parish.

In the past this team have been responsible for pursuing a number of projects with the aim of making our roads and pathways safer for both motorists and pedestrians. In particular these projects included:

The installation of Vehicle Activated Signs

The installation of the pedestrian crossing at the bottom of Wheelbarrow Castle and Hollist Lane

The implementation of the Community Speedwatch Scheme

The inclusion of Easebourne as a location for the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership Speed Camera Van

This team also look after our verges, the village planters and our bus shelters.

If you would like to raise any Highways concerns or have any suggestions for possible projects, please get in touch with us via the contacts page.


David Pack

Mike Noble

Latest news

Hollist Lane closure Friday 1st December

We have been advised that WSCC Highways have granted a license for the temporary closure of Hollist Lane, between Eastshaw Lane and Old Buddington Lane, on the 1st December for a period of 24 hours - in order for emergency carriageway repairs. No through traffic will be permitted during these [...]

November 30th, 2023|

Kings Drive Bus Shelter – update

We're pleased to say that the bus shelter on the A286 just north of Kings Drive is scheduled to be replaced this Friday, 28th July. A brand new construction, in keeping with the other shelters in the village should be completed in 1 day. Appropriate traffic management will be [...]

July 24th, 2023|

Damaged Bus Shelter – update

Following a collision, the bus shelter on the A286 just north of Kings Drive was damaged beyond repair and has since been removed. We now have approval from the insurance companies involved to proceed with it's replacement. This has already been ordered and we are expecting installation towards the [...]

June 15th, 2023|