Communicating the South Downs


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NEWS FEED: National Park Authority

Future of the Natural Environment after the EU Referendum

January 4th, 2017

Andrew Lee, Director of Countryside Policy and Management, for the South Downs National Park Authority: “We have read today’s report from the Environmental Audit Committee on The Future of the Natural Environment after the EU Referendum with interest. “The report sets out key challenges around the future of environmental land management. While setting out the […]

A27: Breaking the bottleneck

January 3rd, 2017

Whether you’re a motorist in and around the South Downs or a dedicated user of public transport you will probably be aware of the various proposals put forward by Highways England (HE) to increase capacity on sections of the A27. Some argue that these are necessary to make journey times more reliable and improve safety. […]

You ask: Phillippa Morrison-Price

January 3rd, 2017

What does a South Downs Lead Ranger actually do? My role is quite new, it has only existed for six months. I am one of four Lead Rangers who each manage an area of the National Park: eastern downs, central downs, western downs and Wealden heath. I manage a team of three rangers and two […]

South Downs businesses get early Christmas Present

December 14th, 2016

Businesses and communities based in the South Downs are getting an early Christmas gift to help them take advantage of being based in the National Park. Communicating the South Downs is a new online resource packed with photos, branding and tips, all free to use for marketing services to visitors or getting people more involved […]

Statement on sales of countryside sites

December 6th, 2016

Trevor Beattie, Chief Executive for the South Downs National Park Authority, said: “Local Authorities can dispose of their assets as they see fit and we understand the financial pressures many now face. But these countryside sites were secured for the people in the 1930s by farsighted councils and campaigners who wanted to protect our landscapes […]

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