Planning Committee 12 May 2022
Location: South Downs Centre Hall, Midhurst, GU29 9DH
Date and time: 12 May 2022
Chief Executive (National Park Officer)
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- Apologies for Absence
- Declaration of Interests
- Minutes of previous meeting held on 14 April 2022
Agenda Item 3
- Matters arising from the previous meeting minutes
- Updates on previous Committee decisions
- Urgent Matters
POLICY AND STRATEGY
- Shoreham Cement Works Area Action Plan Issues & Options
Agenda Item 7
- Local Plan Review and Local Development Scheme
Agenda Item 8
- Summary of Appeal Decisions received from 1 January 2022 – 14 April 2022
Agenda Item 9
Members of the Planning Committee
Alun Alesbury, Heather Baker, Janet Duncton, Thérèse Evans, Barbara Holyome, Diana van der Klugt, Gary Marsh, Robert Mocatta, Vanessa Rowlands, Andrew Shaxson and Richard Waring.
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Recording of Meetings
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