A CONSERVATIVE candidate has claimed victory with a concrete-crushing site to be replaced with six two-storey business units.

The units are set to be built in at site in Shoreham Port is to the south of Kingsway, close to the bottom of St Leonard’s Road.

Parliamentary candidate Robert Nemeth said there had been “hundreds of complaints” from residents and businesses about dust. The closure comes after a petition organised by Mr Nemeth.

He is pictured with the Port’s Tim Hague.