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Chichester District Council releases £112,000 for The Selsey Centre

Chichester District Council is releasing new funds for The Selsey Centre, to enable a series of improvements for the local community.

Cabinet councillors have agreed to release just over £112,000 to Selsey Town Council for the project.

Selsey Town Council is planning to deliver a range of improvements to the centre including removing under-used changing facilities and replacing them with more toilets, plus a new fully accessible toilet – also known as a Changing Places facility – which will be funded separately.

The funding comes from Section 106 money which Chichester District Council collects from housing developers to spend on community improvements and facilities. The money is collected when there is a need to balance the pressure created by a new development with improvements to the surrounding area.

Councillor Tracie Bangert, Cabinet Member for Communities at Chichester District Council, said: “I’ve no doubt that this exciting project will make a huge difference to the Selsey community as it will help attract new groups and will enable the centre to put on bigger and better events and functions.”

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