Interview: Scott Marshall at Adur and Worthing Council

Mon 9th February 2015, 2:38 pm

Sitematch London caught up with Adur and Worthing's director for the economy, Scott Marshall

Director for the economy at Adur and Worthing Council

What three developments or enhancements would most benefit Adur and Worthing?

The regeneration of Teville Gate and Union Place in Worthing and the development of Adur Civic Centre in Adur. The councils oversee and lead on the development of 15 major regeneration projects valued at £885 million which, when delivered in the next decade, will create 5,000 new jobs, 1,000 construction jobs and 130,000m sq of commercial space and community facilities. 

What was your first impression of Adur and Worthing when you started out working there?

Adur & Worthing is home to genuine world class and award winning businesses such as Ricardo, GSK, ETI and Bowers & Wilkins all employing highly skilled local workers. These businesses operate in global markets while making significant contributions to local communities and groups.

Which three people have inspired you the most – either at work or in your personal life?

Alan McCarthy, the  former chief executive at Brighton & Hove City Council – a genuine civic leader with a passion for excellence in local government.

Richard Upton, the founder of the Cathedral Group – the most inspirational and innovative public private partnership developer, who ensures local people and communities are at the heart of each regeneration scheme.

Mrs Marshall - for keeping me grounded. 


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