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South Downs Centre Christmas opening times

December 19th, 2019

Over the Christmas and New Year period, the South Downs Centre in Midhurst will have the following opening times for the public: Monday 23 December – 9am to 5pm Tuesday 24 December – 9am to 2pm Wednesday 25 December – closed Thursday 26 December – closed Friday 27 December – 9am to 4pm Saturday 28 […]

Update on Soft Sand Extraction review

December 16th, 2019

Kirsten Williamson, Planning Policy Lead at the South Downs National Park Authority, outlines the next steps in the consultation process. The SDNPA and West Sussex County Council are working together on a revised policy for soft sand extraction. Following our consultation in early 2019, we will be consulting on our Proposed Submission Soft Sand Review […]

Discovering the past through development

December 16th, 2019

Development-led archaeology has played a crucial role in expanding our understanding of the past, fostering new discoveries and research, says Anooshka Rawden, Cultural Heritage Lead for the South Downs National Park Authority. Crucially, it’s revealed a past that is far more populated, innovative and international than previously thought, and nurtured a strong sense of connectivity […]

Referendum endorses Neighbourhood Plan

December 16th, 2019

Chris Paterson, Communities Lead, gives an update on Neighbourhood Planning in the National Park. Congratulations are in order for Fittleworth Parish Council, whose Neighbourhood Plan recently passed referendum. Fittleworth Parish Council were commended by the Independent Examiner for preparing three well-presented submission documents including a clearly-written and focused Neighbourhood Plan. The Examiner went on to […]

Innovative footbridge design is approved

December 16th, 2019

A new footbridge of “exceptional design” that will improve public safety and provide new opportunities for people to learn about the National Park has been approved. Planning permission was granted for the new pedestrian bridge, with ramped access, to replace the existing level crossing at Tide Mills in East Sussex. As part of Network Rail’s […]

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