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Wednesday, 03 April 2019 11:06

Climate Emergency for Sussex and the planet

Written by CPRE Sussex

CPRE Sussex has joined the South East Climate Alliance and is supporting the call for West Sussex Council to declare a ‘Climate Emergency’ at its Council meeting on 5th April 2019. The County Council makes hugely important decisions which affect the future for everyone in Sussex, from deciding planning applications for oil extraction and incinerators to building new roads. It is critical that these decisions are made within the context of climate change.

Today (18th March) CPRE Sussex submitted its response to the West Sussex Joint Minerals Local Plan, Single Issue Soft Sand Review – Issues & Options Consultation (Reg.18)

Letter published by the West Sussex County Times 21 March 2019

Friday, 22 March 2019 14:14

Wealden Local Plan Examination Update

Written by CPRE Sussex

The Inspector has concluded her initial consideration of the submitted Plan, evidence and duly made representations.

Letter published in the West Sussex County Times 28 February 2019: "Those who govern us have chosen to ignore this reality and are instead blaming and punishing councils and communities."

CPRE Sussex Director Kia Trainor gave a talk to the ‘Greening Steyning’ Group last night (27th Feb 2019) and answered questions relating to Neighbourhood Plans, Local Plans and the Joint Minerals Plan.

Thursday, 28 February 2019 13:04

Chichester Update

Written by CPRE Sussex

We have a new group forming in Chichester. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to join CPRE Chichester. At the moment the group is looking at the Local Plan.

Monday, 11 February 2019 14:44

Arun District update, Feb 2019

Written by CPRE Sussex

Since the District Council’s adoption of the Local Plan in July 2018, following a lengthy examination by the Inspectorate, it is fair to say that residents are completely disenfranchised and dismayed by the apparent indifference of developers and the council to the need for new infrastructure to support the building of 20,000 houses by 2031 and the need to protect wildlife and prime agricultural land.

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