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Help needed to mend the South Downs Way

November 20th, 2017

‘Please donate to help mend the South Downs Way’ is the plea going out to everyone who loves and uses the 160km national trail which runs all the way from Winchester to Eastbourne. The 20,000 people who walk, cycle or ride its length each year, the millions more who explore sections of the trail and […]

Marketing Means: Measuring the satisfaction of our planning customers

November 10th, 2017

We want to provide the best possible service to customers who use planning services in the National Park. For this reason the National Park Authority has commissioned independent research agency Marketing Means to undertake a Planning Customer Satisfaction telephone survey on our behalf with planning applicants and agents, Parish/Town Councils and Local Councillors who have recently […]

SDNPA Response to Highways England consultation on the A27 at Arundel

November 7th, 2017

At its meeting on the October 19 2017, South Downs National Park Authority Members agreed the following response be sent to Highways England (HE) regarding the A27 Arundel bypass consultation. SDNPA response to the Highways England Consultation The SDNPA looks forward to continuing to work with HE as they look to develop a preferred option. […]

You say: A27 by-pass at Arundel

November 2nd, 2017

Do you have a story you want to tell about the National Park? A burning issue that you think needs to be raised publicly? We publish one story or comment about the National Park in our newsletter South Downs News each month and a response from the SDNPA. This letter was published in our November […]

Matthew Bates, Local Plan Lead for the SDNPA

November 2nd, 2017

Send us your questions about a particular area of work in the National Park to Answering this month is: Matthew Bates, Local Plan Lead for the SDNPA Who is writing the Local Plan? I’m part of the planning policy team, and we play a leading role in coordinating and drafting the Local Plan alongside others […]

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