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NEWS FEED: Planning

Consultation on Buriton Village Design Statement

April 5th, 2017

Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 Regulation 12, 13 and 35 – Consultation Statement regarding the adoption of a Supplementary Planning Document. Village Design Statements (VDS) are prepared by local communities. They describe the character of the landscape and built environment of their parish and include guidelines to help ensure that this […]

Most asked: Lillian Wakely, Community Infrastructure Levy Officer

March 29th, 2017

Send us your questions about a particular area of work in the National Park to newsletter@southdowns.gov.uk Answering this month is: Lillian Wakely, CIL Officer for the SDNPA What is the Community Infrastructure Levy? The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations, introduced in April 2010, allows local authorities in England and Wales to raise funds from developers […]

Pondtail Wood – site sold

March 28th, 2017

We can confirm that the Pondtail Wood site, subject to a planning Enforcement Notice, (EN) issued by the South Downs National Park Authority and Forestry Commission Restocking Notice, has now been sold.  This site remains as private land. The (now) former owner has chosen to withdraw his appeal against the EN and we have issued […]

Markwell’s Wood

March 28th, 2017

Update on the planning application for oil production in Markwell’s Wood, West Sussex (ref: SDNP/16/04679/CM) for ‘Appraisal and production of oil incorporating the drilling of one sidetrack well from the existing well (for appraisal), three new hydrocarbon wells and one water injection well, and to allow the production of hydrocarbons from all four wells for […]

New for April 2017 – Charging schedule for Community Infrastructure Levy

March 13th, 2017

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations, introduced in April 2010, allows local authorities in England and Wales to raise funds from developers who are undertaking new building projects. Most developments have an impact on infrastructure due to their need to use it. Gaining planning permission will generally increase the value of land, and developer contributions […]

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