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Tuesday, 10 July 2018 07:58

Making Places: Ford, West Sussex

In June CPRE Sussex took part in a weekend workshop with the residents of the village of Ford in West Sussex. The aim of the workshop was to look at the proposed design for the development of the Ford airfield site, to gain community input on the plans and to produce revised proposals and drawings based on the outcome of the workshops.

After recent confusion over plans for a new dual carriageway between Lewes and Polegate announced by local MPs Maria Caulfield and Stephen Lloyd, South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment (SCATE), the Folkington Estate and RH & RW Clutton presented to a ‘full house’ at Selmeston Village Hall on June 12th to talk about what is being proposed.

Thursday, 21 June 2018 11:06

Join us! New volunteer roles

Want to help us protect Sussex? We have several important volunteer roles you might be interested in.

Thursday, 21 June 2018 10:49

Social Media Volunteer

This is an opportunity to play a vital role in a respected environmental organisation, being part of a friendly and passionate group, and developing an interest in or experience of social media work.

West Sussex County Council planning committee at County Hall in Chichester today (19th June) decided in an 8 to 4 vote to dismiss the planning application by haulage firm, Britaniacrest, for a “Recycling, Recovery and Renewable” thermal treatment facility in Horsham.

West Sussex County Council planning committee at County Hall in Chichester today (19th June) decided in an 8 to 4 vote to dismiss the planning application by haulage firm, Britaniacrest, for a “Recycling, Recovery and Renewable” thermal treatment facility in Horsham.

A recent ‘Build a Better A27’ report by transport consultants Systra, has been criticised by concerned community and environmental groups for a lack of sustainable transport solutions. As a result of several workshops over the last year led by West Sussex County Council, and from public engagement exercises, Systra have put forward two possible options for improving the A27 at Chichester.

A crowdfunding campaign is being launched this week to raise funds for a second legal challenge to Highways England, over their plan to put a dual carriageway through Arundel’s watermeadows and the South Downs National Park.

Thursday, 31 May 2018 08:36

CPRE Sussex Review Summer 2018

CPRE Sussex Review Summer 2018. Download your PDF copy below

  • Keeping Sussex Green
  • Our missing affordable homes
  • Annual report 2017
  • Is it time for a transport revolution
  • Agricultural education in a changing farming landscape
  • Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre

See also Goodbye Mr Nice Guy insert on Strategic Land industry lobbying and how we should respond

On 24 May CPRE Sussex’s Chair David Johnson attended a rally and spoke at a meeting of the South Downs National Park Authority alongside local people and wildlife groups to urge the Authority to uphold its statutory duty to protect the park and challenge Highways England’s announcement of the preferred route for the Arundel bypass as option 5a.  

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