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NEWS FEED: Landscape

SDNPA Response to Highways England consultation on the A27 at Arundel

December 22nd, 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 Having taken further advice South Downs National Park Authority Members agreed at their meeting on 19 December 2017 that  the following […]

HEATHLANDS REUNITED PROJECT PORTAL

December 13th, 2017

The project portal is up and running and available to use for all officially signed up volunteers. Log in HERE. The project portal is a great way to keep up to date with what is happening in the project. It is updated regularly meaning you will have the latest information on upcoming events and training […]

A word about water

September 5th, 2017

The famous white chalk of the South Downs hills acts like a giant sponge, soaking up and storing water for 1.2 million people in the south east. The Brighton ChaMP project aims to protect this precious resource. Words by Aimee Felus The chalk aquifer of the South Downs gives us the water we drink and […]

8 South Downs Challenges for the Bank Holiday

August 21st, 2017

If you’re stuck for ideas on how to experience the majesty of nature and landscape in the South Downs then look no further, set your sights on some of these challenges… Climb to the top of the highest point in the National Park – Black Down.  Apart from the view, this National Trust site has superb heathland with […]

Wiston Estate sets out commitment to future as part of National Park

August 16th, 2017

Plans to create ‘tranquility’ zones; regenerate a quarry into a sustainable base for tourism; do more to raise people’s awareness of their impact on each other and wildlife; create a monastic retreat and travellers’ rest; and provide services and space for local businesses are just some of the ambitions set out by the Wiston Estate […]

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