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Coastal West Sussex

Coastal West Sussex has a number of business parks supporting companies of all shapes and sizes all with excellent transport links to major road and rail networks.

A full list of all the business parks in West Sussex is available on our Business Parks page.

  • 6. Lancing Business Park (Adur)

    The Lancing Business Park is located on the western outskirts of Lancing and to the east of Worthing. It is served by the A259 coastal road and has excellent links to the main A27 road network.  It is a Business Improvement District (B.I.D) which aims to promote and connect the business park and provide a clean and safe environment.  It is home to 235 business employing an estimated 2,324 people.

  • 7. East Worthing Industrial Estate (Worthing)

    East Worthing Industrial Estate is the largest industrial area in Worthing providing close to 950,000 sq. ft in 105 units on 19 hectares of land. The estate is located adjacent to Broadwater Business Park. The Estate comprises units at Southdown View Road, Dominion Way East and West, Teville Industrials, Easting Close, Hazelwood Close, Hazelwood Trading Estate, Ham Bridge Trading Estate, Timber Laine Trading Estate, and Southdown View Works.  

    The Estate has very good access to the main A27, and there is a wide range of unit sizes and ages, providing space for small, medium and large occupiers. 

    For more information contact economic.development@adur-worthing.gov.uk

  • 8. Terminus Road Industrial Estate (Chichester)

    Terminus Road Industrial Estate is just one of Chichester’s popular business locations with excellent access to the A27 and main line train station. Chichester offers a unique combination of an historic city set in glorious English countryside which is only minutes from the beautiful South Coast. The area is home to a wide variety of businesses and business sectors, and has developed a large stock of business premises suitable for business growth or relocation to the area.

  • 9. Shoreham Port (Adur)

    Shoreham is a thriving commercial Port on the South Coast of England, about five miles from the centre of Brighton accessed by the A259 along the seafront with good public transport connections.  It is close to mainline rail stations at Portslade, Southwick and Shoreham serving the Brighton to London and Brighton to Portsmouth line.

    Shoreham Port owns a considerable commercial portfolio in addition to its own operational land and buildings. It has a wide mix of property and tenants, with around seventy tenants on the estate altogether. These vary from small offices and light industrial units to large sites leased to major international firms. In terms of small business units there are three main locations within the port: Quayside House; Hove Enterprise Centre and Lady Bee Marina, providing accommodation for about 45 small businesses.

  • 10. Shoreham Airport (Adur)

    Brighton Shoreham Airport is located 5 miles west of Brighton with excellent roads links to the A27 and a local Shoreham by Sea railway station provides mainline access to Gatwick Airport and London. The Technology Park is home to Northbrook College's engineering department - a Centre of Vocational Excellence in Aerospace and Aviation. It is home to around 50 companies many of which are aerospace and aviation commercial businesses.

  • 11. Shripney Road (Arun)

    The Shripney Road area is home to the majority of the Business Parks in the Bognor Regis area.  Some 50 commercial businesses of different sizes are located on the various Parks.  These include Eaton Power Solutions, The URT Group, Wiley Publishers and Cameron.

    Whilst a significant number of large, international businesses are located in this area of Bognor Regis, there is also a sizeable population of smaller local businesses growing each year and making a valuable contribution to the local economy.

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