Sessions House is an historic building in Selsey, Sussex, England. It was tragically destroyed by fire and of importance not only historically but socially too in that it was a regarded as a 'jewel in the Crown' of Selseys High Street and as such featured on all chocolates, tea towels and the like as a tourist attraction.
The costs of restoration have meant it is not attractive to developers (other than to be knocked down and be yet another eyesore) and so it remained in ruin. I campaigned to keep this listed and managed to retain it's grade II listing with English Heritage.
No grants or public funding are available and I have invested everything I own (and some) to put this grand old lady back together. The rear development offsets some of the shortfall and saves the majority of the main house. I'm not asking for money, just your support so please help me and play your part in keeping our heritage alive. Thank you.
We, the undersigned ask Chichester District Council to support the planning application as submitted by Sylvia Marshall which will enable the restoration of Sessions House, in the High Street of Selsey, Sussex. Plans are shown on the CDC site.
The Save Sessions House petition to Chichester District Council was written by www.cosyhomesonline.com and is in the category City & Town Planning at GoPetition.