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Friday, 30 June 2017 08:09

Thank you for attending our Arun Event

Written by CPRE Sussex

Despite the hot weather, last Friday (23 June 2017) residents from across Arun came to a packed village hall to talk about concerns over modifications to the Arun Local Plan.

Letter published by the West Sussex Gazette, 21 June 2017

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Viability test heavily weighted in favour of developers

Friday, 16 June 2017 10:00

Mid Sussex District Plan examination update

Written by Michael Brown

The public examination of the draft District Plan prepared by Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC) rumbles on with a further two days of hearings on housing-related matters convened for late July.

Britaniacrest Recycling Ltd has submitted further information about its proposed incinerator at the Former Wealden Brickworks, Langhurstwood Road, Horsham to West Sussex County Council. You can comment on this information until Thursday 29 June. To view the application go to the WSCC website:  www.westsussex.gov.uk/planning,  and search for application number WSCC/062/16/NH - Former Wealden Brickworks, Langhurstwood Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 4QD or  visit County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG or Horsham District Council, Park North, North Street, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1RL. Viewings should be arranged in advance to ensure that planning files and officer support where necessary, are readily available.

Friday, 09 June 2017 12:45

We're 'not a dustbin for housing needs'

Written by CPRE Sussex

Mid Sussex Times, 8 June 2017

CPRE Sussex and other campaigners react to the planning inspector's decision to increase the housing target in the Mid Sussex District Local Plan from 800 to 1,026 homes a year.

This the formal response of the Campaign to Protect Rural England Sussex Branch (CPRE Sussex) to the Arun District Council (ADC) public consultation on the Modifications to the Arun Local Plan 2017 (‘the Local Plan.’)

CPRE Sussex works to promote the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of the Sussex countryside by encouraging the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country. We encourage appropriate and sustainable land use, farming, woodland and biodiversity policies and practice to improve the well-being of rural communities. It is our position that local planning authorities should seek to ensure that the negative impacts of development on the countryside, both direct and indirect, are kept to a minimum and that development is sustainable in accordance with national planning policy.

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