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NEWS FEED: Planning

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 […]

Lewes Depot wins prestigious planning award

December 1st, 2017

Work done by the South Downs National Park Authority and Burrell Foley Fischer Architects to restore an old brewery site into a cinema and community arts venue has been recognised with a top regional planning award. The Depot Cinema in Lewes was crowned overall winner at the RTPI South East Awards for Planning Excellence, and […]

Marketing Means: Measuring the satisfaction of our planning customers

November 10th, 2017

We want to provide the best possible service to customers who use planning services in the National Park. For this reason the National Park Authority has commissioned independent research agency Marketing Means to undertake a Planning Customer Satisfaction telephone survey on our behalf with planning applicants and agents, Parish/Town Councils and Local Councillors who have recently […]

A27 Worthing Consultation

September 27th, 2017

Image © Google A27 Worthing Consultation – SDNPA Response Statement by Andrew Lee, Director of Countryside Policy and Management, South Downs National Park Authority “The SDNPA would have preferred to see enhanced opportunities for access improvements across the A27. This would allow those people who would wish to access the National Park to be able to […]

Final chance to have say on South Downs Local Plan – Consultation closes on 21 November

September 25th, 2017

People have until 21 November to submit their comments on the first Local Plan for the South Downs National Park. The plan will replace more than a thousand policies from 12 different local authorities with just 96 new policies covering the whole of the National Park from Winchester to Eastbourne. Margaret Paren, Chair of the […]

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