Adur District Council

Adur District Council incorporates the parishes and villages that fall along part of the south coast of England, and are bordered between Brighton and Hove on the Eastern boundary and Worthing on the West boundary.  Some of the most notable parishes that are included in the areas governed by the Adur District Council are Shoreham, Lancing and Sompting.  The Adur District Council also governs over any decisions regarding the historical South Downs, which are also located within the jurisdiction of the council.

Adur District Council receive many services and aid from the Council, along with other services that are offered in conjunction with the West Sussex County Council and other local bodies. These include the Adur Watch, Bins for rubbish collection, building control, Adur Community Safety Program, car parks and parking regulations, community support, corporate and public safety, council tax, concessionary travel scheme, development control, emergencies, economic development, legal matters, street cleansing, tourism, planning, parks within the boundaries of Adur, and leisure.

For those that need aid with any of these areas or with other areas of concern that you feel the Adur District Council may be able to address, the website for the District contains a wealth of information, as well as constant updates and news of concern to those who live within the District.  For interested parties who want to learn more about what is going on in Adur the website

The website also offers a plethora of information by the Adur District Council regarding planning applications, online bill payment, job vacancies, travel recommendations, and an overview on housing for those who may be thinking of moving into Adur.

Those who want to visit the Adur District Council or send post to the Council, the mailing address Civic centre, Ham Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 6PR.

You can also contact the Adur District Council building by telephone at (01273) 263000, fax at (01273) 263224, and minicom at (01273) 263060.  Additionally, for any general inquires the Adur District Council can be emailed