Village Design Statements
Village Design Statements should be used by communities who want to influence the design of future development in their town or village.
Village Design Statements are used to identify and analyse local character so that future development is more in harmony with its setting and contributes to the conservation and improvement of the local environment. They are eligible for adoption as Supplementary Planning Documents, at which point they become a material consideration and are used to ensure that applications contribute to local distinctiveness, and ensure local materials and design are incorporated into new development.
There are currently no community-led planning consultations.
Adopted Village Design Statements
The South Downs National Park Authority has established a system to consider all Community Led Plans produced in the National Park for endorsement or adoption. For more information regarding the adoption or endorsement of your community led plan please contact Chris Paterson at the South Downs National Park Authority.
The following plans have been adopted as Supplementary Planning Documents by the South Downs National Park Authority.