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Letter published by the West Sussex County Times, 12 September 2019

HORSHAM DISTRICT SITUATION REPORT (MAY 2019): Consequences for communities across Horsham District should developer win planning appeal

Letter published by the West Sussex County Times 21 March 2019

Monday, 04 February 2019 12:29

Horsham District update - 2019

Written by Roger F Smith

Update: Parishes with "in progress" plans targeted by developers; Horsham DC's review of the HDPF up to 2036 in progress; questions over viability of house building targets and more.

Thursday, 24 January 2019 11:05

Hocus pocus targets make the countryside vulnerable

Written by Roger F Smith

Letter published by the West Sussex County Times 24 January 2019

Sir,

Our countryside made vulnerable to large-scale development by Government policies

Horsham District Council’s review of the local plan is in progress and to calculate what the new house- building target should be the Council must use the Government’s new formula-based method, which by means of hocus pocus with numbers has been rigged to achieve an-over England target of at least 300,000 new homes per year.

Horsham’s Local Plan, the Horsham District Planning Framework (HDPF), adopted November 2015, is subject to a now-in-progress review by Horsham District Council (HDC), as required by the examining Planning Inspector in his Report to HDC, October 2015.

Letter published by West Sussex County Times 5 July 2018

Thursday, 21 June 2018 10:47

Plans for Horsham Incinerator extinguished

Written by CPRE Sussex

West Sussex County Council planning committee at County Hall in Chichester today (19th June) decided in an 8 to 4 vote to dismiss the planning application by haulage firm, Britaniacrest, for a “Recycling, Recovery and Renewable” thermal treatment facility in Horsham.

Letter published by the West Sussex Gazette, 23 May 2018

CPRE Sussex is demanding a full investigation into the cocktail of chemicals which may soon be discharged into the air just outside the Sussex High Weald AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

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