People are asked for views in Chichester District on climate change projects

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Residents and workers in the Chichester district will soon be asked about their views on climate change projects. It’s part of a major public consultation beginning next month.

Chichester District Council will hold four in-person drop-in events and three online sessions, giving more details.

The consultation events will begin with an online session on Monday 1 July from 7pm to 8.30pm. Later that week, the first in-person event will take place at Leconfield Hall in Petworth on Wednesday 3 July from 3pm to 7pm, with people welcome to drop in at any point during this time. Refreshments and a children’s colouring competition activity will be provided at all of the in-person events, and people will also have the opportunity to fill in the council’s online survey and enter a draw to be in with a chance of winning a sustainable living prize worth up to £500.

More information about the events, including links to the online meetings and details about the prize draw — including terms and conditions — can be found on the council’s Climate Change hub at: 

As part of the consultation, people will be asked their opinions on potential projects that could help individuals and communities in the district to reduce their emissions. This information will be used to help inform Chichester District Council’s new climate emergency action plan.

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