Arundel hotel planning alterations


A HOTEL in Arundel is seeking planning permission to make a number of internal and external alterations to its building.

The Norfolk Arms Hotel, in the High Street, is seeking listed building consent for internal alterations, including the removal of telephone booths, replastering, removal of stud partitions, exposure of original features to fireplace and bar, new partitions and doors, new screen at first floor and subdivision of part of the third floor.

External alterations include the removal of doors wing, transom and wall lights and reinstatement of doors, as well as a new lantern, construction of glazed screens to carriage arch and new flooring, new fencing and trellis, repair of windows, frames and mullions, redecoration, replacement and repair of rain water goods and roofs repointing.

Other applications submitted this week to Arun District Council include:


Application for listed building consent for repairs and replacement of roof tiles to existing main pitched roof and front section of garage along with a vent for boiler flue at Salters Cottage, High Street. This application affects the character and appearance of the Angmering Conservation Area.


Installation of sprinkler tank and pump house at ground floor level at Unit C, Sainsbury’s, New Road.