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Letter to: Rye and Battle Observer
From: Stephen Hardy, MBE, Trustee, CPRE Sussex

Poignantly, the BBC last week showed a picture of the cottages at Birling Gap, just down the coast, which are predicted to collapse into the sea within 25 years.

The Sussex Express for 31 March featured an article Wildlife Threatened by 300-homes scheme next to Pevensey Levels.

Letter sent to Councillor Tutt, Leader, Easbtbourne Council by the South Downs Network, 14 March 2017.

Letter published by the West Sussex Gazette 1 March 2017

We are delighted that Eastbourne Council is listening to its local residents and halting the sale of iconic downland. At CPRE Sussex we believe that public ownership of this land ensures public accountability and a co-ordinated approach to land management and access.

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 17:29

Residents write: The plight of Horsted Keynes

Written by CPRE Sussex

The following article was written by residents of Horsted Keynes. It eloquently explains many of the problems now facing Sussex's rural communities:

I understand that you are launching a campaign to fight for fair and sustainable levels of development in the district and I am writing to let you know about the current situation regarding potential development in our village of Horsted Keynes.

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