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Friday, 23 March 2018 18:15

Missing affordable homes in Sussex

Developers are exploiting a loophole in the planning system to reduce the number of affordable homes they are building in Sussex.

CPRE Sussex submitted a response to the DfT Major Roads consultation. We believe that there should be a wider plan for connectivity and investment in new roads or bypasses should be just one piece of this bigger picture. We are also concerned that the environmental and safety elements of proposals are so limited. You can download our full response below.

CPRE Sussex submitted a response to the West Sussex County Council and South Downs National Park Joint Minerals Local Plan proposed modifications consultation. We were only able to comment on the modifications.

Following the Government Inspector’s hearings at the ADC offices late last year, the Council produced a set of Modifications to the Local Plan. They were formulated considering the representations and comments made by participants that voiced their objections at the hearing and the inspector’s initial findings.

Thursday, 01 March 2018 12:09

Fundraising Trustee

Voluntary role
Reasonable expenses paid

Monday, 26 February 2018 10:49

Local buses

It is now becoming obvious in many areas of the country that our bus routes are being severely cut back and in some instances are being removed. Private companies will assess all their routes and those that are not viable for whatever means will be re-routed, partly withdrawn or withdrawn altogether.

Friday, 23 February 2018 13:45

Sussex Review: Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 includes:

  • Countryside Awards
  • Dr Tony Whitbread, Chief Executive of Sussex Wildlife Trust on why an increasingly fragmented countryside is detrimental to our wildlife
  • Professor David Goulsam on the alarming decline of flying insects
  • Jane Watson on the threat of light pollution in Sussex
  • Dr Roger Smith on the National Tree Week
  • Graham Ault on the results of the House Sparrow survey
  • Plus news from our districts

Download below

The Oak Community project works with people who have experienced a range of challenges. Utilising the natural delights and possibilities of ancient and old established native woodlands, the team work at woodland conservation on sites in the West Worthing area at Durrington and Goring.

Dear Arun District Members

Arun Local Plan Main Modifications 2018

Thursday 11 January 2018: A High Court judge asked Arun District Council to explain its conduct and ordered it to compensate a parish after housing plans the authority approved were overturned.

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