The Harbour Stakeholder Consultation group meets quarterly and is chaired by the board’s Recreational Users Representative. It’s purpose is:
- To act as the statutory stakeholder consultation group for Littlehampton Harbour Board;
- To discuss various safety aspects which affect Littlehampton Harbour and to ensure that as a group we can work together to maintain and improve the safety of harbour users. The group will monitor and review water safety issues and provide a forum to address any problems.
- To offer a forum for Harbour Users to discuss operational matters;
- The group is non-executive, but may make recommendations to the LHB via officers of the LHB.
Members of the group include:
- Littlehampton Harbour Board
- Littlehampton Police
- Maritime & Coastguard Agency
- Arun District Council Foreshore Officer
- West Sussex Fire and Rescue
- Arun Yacht Club
- Osborne Boatyard
- Littlehampton Marina
- Ship & Anchor Marina Ford
- Littlehampton Marina Berth Holders Association
- Arun Youth Aqua
- Littlehampton Sailing Club
- The Shipyard
- Harbour Park
- Sea Cadets
- Nautical Training Corps
- Littlehampton Angling Club
- Charter Fishermen’s Representative
- Environment Agency
- Commercial Fishermen Representative
- Angmering Park Estate Representative
If you would like to attend the meeting please contact the Harbour Office to discuss it further on 01903 721215 or email@example.com
View recent meeting minutes at this link.
Harbour Revision Order Consultation Process
Consultation is now taking place on important revisions to the governance and management of Littlehampton Harbour.
This process will involve a 28 day pre-application consultation phase starting on Monday 5th August and closing at 5pm on Sunday 1st September. As part of this, a stakeholder drop in day will be held at Arun Civic Centre on Tuesday 13th August 2019 between the hours of 1000 and 1600.
Following consideration of pre-application consultation comments, and Board approval at its next meeting on 2nd September incorporating any appropriate amendments to the proposed HRO, it is the Board’s intention to submit the application for the proposed HRO to the Marine Management Organisation in advance of the 1 October 2019 fee increases (probably in the middle of September to ensure that the HRO application is validated and the application fee paid ahead of the 1 October 2019).
As part of the formal application process, the Marine Management Organisation will run a 42 day public consultation. The consultation will be advertised in a local newspaper and the London Gazette. As such there will be a further opportunity to provide comments on the proposed HRO direction to the Marine Management Organisation once the application is made.