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South Downs National Park Authority calls for judicial review on proposal for A27 at Arundel

May 24th, 2018

The South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) today (24 May 2018) resolved to commence proceedings for a judicial review to challenge Highways England’s decision to select a modified version of Option 5A as the preferred route for the A27 Arundel Scheme. Route 5A (amended) would pass through the South Downs National Park, including an ancient […]

Caution and common sense urged when visiting the Sussex cliffs

May 22nd, 2018

A poster campaign launched this spring will remind people to stay safe while visiting the famous white chalk Sussex cliffs this summer. You’ll see warning posters appearing on bus routes, visitor car parks, in tourist information centres, on community notice boards and sent to local language schools. We are appealing to local businesses to display […]

The Grow Project and the importance of connecting with nature

May 14th, 2018

As many studies have shown, connecting with the natural world can be very beneficial to maintaining your mental wellbeing. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness week, we spoke to The Grow Project, a local charity that is helping people make that connection. Grow is a Sussex-based charity that runs low-cost nature connection courses for people […]

Our barn owls have returned – watch them on our webcam

May 11th, 2018

We are delighted to see our barn owl pair return to our nestbox. We were worried last year when one of them hadn’t been seen for a while and feared the worst. While it’s possible the male may have found a new mate, it’s unlikely in such a short time. We have five eggs and […]

First Local Plan for the entire South Downs National Park submitted to Government

May 8th, 2018

The first Local Plan to cover the entire South Downs National Park has been submitted to the Government. The Plan has been submitted alongside all of the evidence used in its preparation and more than 2,500 comments received in the pre-submission consultation in 2017. This is available to view at www.southdowns.gov.uk/localplan. Margaret Paren, Chair of […]

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