Almost 3,000 homebuyers in Sussex have used Help to Buy, with 87 per cent being first time buyers, since the scheme launched nearly five years ago. Latest government figures reveal that 2,742 people in Sussex have used the scheme since it was introduced in April 2013. Of those, just 156 people have used Help to Buy to purchase property in the Chichester district (113 were first time buyers FTB), while across Arun 666 used the HTB scheme (486 FTB).
A care home is to close, its owner has announced with sadness. “I can confirm that we have made the difficult decision to close Abbas Combe Nursing Home,” Romesh Dharmasingham, director of Lotus Care Group which owns the Whyke Road home, told the Observer. “Abbas Combe has been part of our family business for more than 13 years, and in that time we have provided high quality care to several residents from the local community and beyond.
A care company that provides support for older people in Chichester and Bognor Regis in their homes has been given the highest rating possible. Home Instead Senior Care was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), in November and has just been rated ‘outstanding’.
@Chichester_Pol Hi, can we pls get some more details on this so we can report this good policing? What time did it happen, what was recovered and what value and how many arrests were made? DM if easier, thanks in advance
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Selecting a term
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