A to Z
A to Z
This A-Z of services is a comprehensive guide to this website, providing details of information that can be found on the site. Each entry is linked to pages which are maintained by whichever department or partner offers that service.
Safety - fireworks - advice
Information and guidance regarding safety when organising large scale events.
Safety - health and safety - regulation and inspection
The District Council carries out routine health and safety enforcement inspections of premises that have been rated high risk.
Chichester District Council has sound and well-practiced emergency management arrangements to deal with emergencies and disasters.
If you are in any doubt about whether you need to apply for planning permission regarding extensions, Out-buildings and Satellite dishes etc., You should consult the planning department.
Information about the District's educational establishments, from primary schools right through until further education institutes.
Schools - Admissions
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. Information about starting school, moving to the next stage of education or transferring into West Sussex
Schools - Governors
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. Governors play an important part in the running of schools in the interests of the community they serve.
Schools - places - primary
Information on Primary and secondary schools
Schools - places - secondary
Information on Primary and secondary schools
Schools - term and holiday dates
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. Information on term dates for West Sussex schools - including links to neighbouring authorities
Schools - transport
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. This area provides information on Assistance with transport to school or college
Local authorities have a wide ranging role to manage, regulate and facilitate activities at the coast, with a duty of care for the general interests of the local community.
This service is run by Age uk, not Chichester District Council. Age uk is the UK's largest charity working with and for older people.
Public sewers are the responsibility of the Southern Water Authority not Chichester District Council.
There are various schemes available to people who wish to live independently but require some level of support.
The authority works in close partnership with other business support agencies throughout the county, offering support and information on the range of issues that affect businesses.
Under new government law all workplaces, public premises/transport and work vehicles in England are smokefree and have been since 1st July 2007.
Wellbeing information helping people to stop smoking.
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. The service helps and supports many people of all age groups.
Social services - community alarm services
list of Careline services
Social services - fostering
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. Foster care aims to provide a family life for children and adolescents.
Social services - keeping warm in winter - advice and support
Information about keeping warm and well in the winter months
Social services - meals on wheels
This service is run by West Sussex County Council, not Chichester District Council. Meals on Wheels helps older, infirm or housebound people remain independent in their own homes.
Sports - clubs - directory
An alphabetical list of sports clubs in the area with contact details for each one.
Sports - development
The sports development service aims to encourage people to take part in sport by creating opportunities, and to give participants the opportunity to achieve their ambitions.
Sports - information and booking
Listings of available facilities and contact details for the leisure centres within Chichester District.
Sports - pitches and courts
Information regarding provision of sports pitches and facilities available for hire.
Starting up a new business
We have a dedicated team with a variety of specialist skills that can assist your business on its road to success.
Statistics - economic information and analysis
Whether its advice or assistance with business start-up, funding, premises, recruitment, or training, the expertise you need is readily at hand.
Statistics - Website
Statistics and figures regarding the Chichester District Council Website.
Statistics and census information
The population of Chichester District in 2001 was recorded at 106,500 of which 47% were male and 53% were female. According to estimates in June 2009, a total population for Chichester District was estimated to be 112,600
Street care and cleaning
Under the Environment Protection Act 1990 the council is responsible for keeping the highway free of litter and debris.
West Sussex County Council is responsible for highway lighting not Chichester district Council. Good lighting helps to reduce road accidents, crime and the fear of crime.
Street name plates
The Council is responsible for ensuring that the name of every street is clearly marked using suitable street nameplates.
Street names and numbering
The Council is the Street Naming and Numbering Authority for the area. We maintain an efficient means of locating and referencing properties.
Information on planning for street parties.
This service is run by Sussex Police not Chichester District Council. Sussex Police are committed to preventing and detecting crime in the district.
The aim of Sustainable Development is to create a society in which everyone has a good quality of life, while maintaining the environmental resources upon which it depends.
Information on swimming pool opening times at Westgate Leisure Chichester.