The Bognor Regis Regeneration Board has recently launched its new website http://www.bognorregisregenerationboard.com/index.html to inform on regeneration initiatives.
The Bognor Regis Regeneration Board was established in 2007 to act as an independent advisory body, bringing together leading representatives from the key public, private and community stakeholders in Bognor Regis. The Board recognises that a collective and cohesive approach can generate and secure the economic benefits sought by those who live and work in the Town.
Coastal West Sussex Partnership sits on the board with other members from local Government, businesses and education providers.
Raof Daud, representing Sime Darby London Ltd, and the Board’s Vice Chairman added “This is an important step forward in ensuring that all stakeholders in the regeneration of Bognor Regis are kept up to date with the Board’s initiatives. It is a timely development which will also help promote the opportunities at Enterprise Bognor Regis and the town centre; both which have the potential to transform the town’s economy.”
The Board has three key objectives:
To collectively promote Bognor Regis as a great place to live, work, visit and invest.
To consider, give opinion and comment upon planned and proposed developments that contribute to:
the town’s growth and development
addressing and overcoming the town’s socio-economic challenges; and,
maximising benefits and opportunities for the town.
To consider and evaluate strategies which impact upon the economic growth of Bognor Regis and offer comment, opinion and where appropriate modifications.
David Myers, the Bognor Regis Regeneration Board’s Advisor said “The website is the platform for the Board’s new communications programme”.
The Board also has a Twitter account @BognorRegisReg. Comments and feedback are welcomed at firstname.lastname@example.org.