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NEWS FEED: Planning Newsletter

Community-Led Planning

October 17th, 2018

With 176 Town and Parish Councils and more than 112,000 people living in the National Park, Community Led Plans are a vital way for us to understand the concerns and aspiration of our local communities. In 2013 the SDNPA agreed a process to adopt or endorse Community Led Plans in the National Park. This formally […]

New Monks Farm

October 17th, 2018

Adur District Council have recently considered applications for the development of two sites, identified for development in their Local Plan on land between Lancing and Shoreham, just outside the National Park. Adur considered two applications. The first is a hybrid application for the provision of 600 homes, relocation of an existing Gypsy and Traveller site, […]

Petworth Neighbourhood Plan

October 17th, 2018

Petworth Neighbourhood Plan The Petworth Neighbourhood Plan was Made (adopted) by the South Downs National Park Authority at its Planning Committee on 12 July 2018. This means that it now becomes part of the Development Plan for the South Downs National Park and will be used to determine planning applications in Petworth. Petworth lies at […]

Planning permission for Arundel Lido

October 17th, 2018

In June 2018 the SDNPA granted planning permission for a new community building at the Lido, including a multi-functional hall for events and use by local groups, a gym, a cafĂ© and heated changing rooms. The Lido is a long-standing community facility within Arundel dating back to the 1960s. After closing in 1999, it re-opened […]

South Downs Local Plan goes to Public Examination

October 16th, 2018

The first Local Plan to cover the entire South Downs National Park will be examined in public this November and December following its submission to the Government in April 2018. Government-appointed Planning Inspector, Mr Brian Sims, is leading the examination which takes in the Local Plan, all of the evidence used in its preparation and […]

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