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In May, Highways England, the Government’s road building company, announced its preferred route for the A27 Arundel Bypass. All three options included in the public consultation were highly damaging but the one it chose was perhaps the worst. (No option avoided harming the National Park or ancient woodland or gave people a choice to reduce car use)

Both of these applications are due to be considered by Adur Planning committee on 3rd October 2018.

APPLICATIONS AWDM/0961/17 (New Monks Farm, Lancing) and AWDM/1093/17 (Cecil Pashley Way, Shoreham Airport)

CPRE Sussex is working with local groups to challenge the New Monks Farm developments. Chair, David Johnson, has written to local MPs alerting them to our concerns:

Stephen Hardy, CPRE Sussex Trustee, was among the objectors to an application to fell 71 trees at Beauport Holiday Park.

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 10:43

Autumn Appeal: Focus on Nature

Sussex is home to some of the most beautiful, but threatened, landscapes in the country.

Read the report of two-day community Making Places workshop that took place in June 2018.

CPRE Sussex has responded to a Government consultation on its proposed Clean Air Strategy. Our response concentrates on the the questions that DEFRA asks about its proposals to improve the natural environment.

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 13:40

IKEA development struggling with viability

CPRE Sussex is urging Adur Council to think again over plans to build an IKEA and 600 homes on water meadows at New Monks Farm in Lancing after it emerged that the scheme’s predicted development costs have more than doubled, raising serious questions over its viability.

New transport strategy for the Sussex Coast presented to Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd by the South Coast Alliance for Transport and Environment.

On Sunday 22 July 2018 CPRE Sussex joined the festivities at the Binsted Strawberry Fair. Over 1200 people attended the fair on a very hot day and many people were concerned about plans for growth in Arun.

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