The B2222 was an urban B-road formed in the late 1930s out of a collection of roads in Sompting and Lancing, Sussex.
It started at the Lyons Farm traffic lights on the A27 and followed West Street along the line of the former A27, bypassed after World War II. It made a brief right-left with unclassified Western Road, before heading up Cokeham Road and into Lancing at Boundstone Lane, with a right turn at a mini roundabout. It then headed south on Boundstone Lane, round onto Sompting Road and along to Lancing railway station before taking a right across the railway line onto South Street, and then another right to continue on South Street and a short multiplex with the A2025. Finally, it left the A2025 at Penhill Road where it cut the corner down to the A259.
Parts of the road were traffic calmed in April 1998, particularly West Street in Sompting, at which time the road was downgraded to unnumbered C-class.