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NEWS FEED: National Park Authority

Most asked: James Winkworth, Head of Marketing and Income Generation

January 4th, 2018

Send us your questions about a particular area of work in the National Park to Answering this month is: James Winkworth, Head of Marketing and Income Generation for the SDNPA. Why does the National Park need a Trust – aren’t there other organisations already fundraising for the South Downs? I often give the example […]

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 […]

SDNPA Launches New Neighbourhood Planning Consultancy Service

December 6th, 2017

“The support provided by SDNPA to the East Meon Neighbourhood Plan was crucial in our success. They gave clear insight into the process and incisive advice on how to address some of our more difficult decisions, while supporting the objectives of our NDP. “At no time did we feel pressured into accepting the default planning […]

Minister for Rural Affairs and Biosecurity plants oak in South Downs National Park

December 1st, 2017

National Tree Week is marked today, 1st December, by the planting of what could be a future ancient monument, if research and action aimed at prevention and management of tree disease is successful.  An oak tree, locally sourced and grown, was carefully sited in a hedgerow on the South Downs National Park by Lord Gardiner, […]

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 […]

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