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NEWS FEED: Planning

Fernhurst Neighbourhood Development Plan Passes Referendum

March 3rd, 2016

Congratulations to Fernhurst Parish Council and the Fernhurst Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group who saw their Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) successfully pass a referendum yesterday with 88% voting yes for the plan. Fernhurst was one of the very first communities in the National Park to embrace neighbourhood planning. In 2012 the Parish Council received ‘front runner’ […]

SDNPA Planning Committee approve plans for North Street Quarter development

December 10th, 2015

The National Park Authority’s planning committee has approved, in principle, Santon and Lewes District Council’s joint plans for the North Street Quarter development. Final permission being granted on this significant application will depend on a number of conditions being met and this work has now been delegated to the SDNPA’s Director of Planning in conjunction […]

Watch the 10 December Planning Commitee Webcast

December 10th, 2015

The 10 December Planning Committee meeting will consider Application SDNP/15/01146/FUL, a hybrid planning application for the redevelopment of the North Street Industrial Estate in Lewes. The meeting will start at 9:45 am and you can watch live via our webcasting portal. An archive version will be made available on the portal within 24 hours of the meeting. Further information […]

North Street Quarter report published

December 2nd, 2015

On Thursday 10 December the South Downs National Park Authority’s Planning Committee will consider a planning application for the North Street Quarter in Lewes. The North Street Quarter lies to the immediate north west of Lewes town centre. The joint owners of the site have submitted an application for its redevelopment, which would be the […]

New guide to planning enforcement in the South Downs

November 18th, 2015

As the planning authority for the National Park we expect land owners and developers to comply with planning laws and not carry out development without the necessary planning permission. We are committed to ensuring that planning, and other environmental controls are enforced and where consent is granted, approved plans and conditions are followed. Our new […]

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