Worthing Town Centre is a great place to do business with is fantastic location nestled between the Sea and the South Downs.  

If you are considering opening a business in Worthing Town Centre you will be joining over 200 Retail businesses and 160 Hospitality businesses already trading here.

Worthing has a thriving independent sector and 64% of Town Centre visits are to an independent business.  

Below are a few facts and figures that may be of interest.  We use Place Informatics :: AI-Driven Behaviour Analytics to obtain footfall and movement data  

1. Why trade in Worthing

  • £179m pa Comparison Good Spend
  • £4,366 pa Average Household Comparison Good Spend
  • 725,824 Potential Retail Catchment
  • 7.32 miles Average Catchment Distance
  • 4.3 Average Visits a Month for Regular Shoppers
  • 5.5m Average Annual Footfall

2. Available Properties

Currently Worthing is seeing strong demand for Commercial Property with the vacancy rate at 6.1% which compares favourable with the national figure of 14.1%. 

 The Worthing Town Centre Initiative produce a monthly update on ground floor vacant units.  

Current Vacancy List →

If you need more help on finding a suitable premises then there are local Commercial Agents who will be able to help.

Michael Jones →

Spratt & Son →

Stiles Harold Williams →

3. Support

The WTCI are here to help all businesses trading in the Town Centre and would be delighted to share our knowledge. 

Worthing Borough Council also has a lot of information on their Council website

New businesses opening in the Town Centre will receive a welcome pack and you will be asked for some information so you can be added to our business listing free of charge.

Contact us