Archive of: Jess Price

  • A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

    A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

    Did you know that Highways England have been running a 4 week consultation on the errors and mistakes in the 2019 consultation they ran on the options for improving the Arundel A27​? The deadline is this Sunday 1 March, but Highways England say you can only respond if you responded to the previous consultation AND the errors they are reporting would have changed your original response.

  • Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

    Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

    Join the Friends of Whitehawk Hill to ‘Beat the Bounds’ and demonstrate our love for this ancient and threatened landscape on Sunday 1 March 2020

  • Have your say in Horsham District

    Have your say in Horsham District

    You may have heard that Horsham District Council is reviewing their Local Plan. The first consultation on this review opens on Monday 17 February and runs until 5pm on 30 March 2020.

  • Public land for public benefit

    Public land for public benefit

    The expiry of the lease for Waterhall and Hollingbury Golf Courses​ provides a golden opportunity to begin to restore our Brighton Downs - but we want Brighton & Hove City Council to slow down and talk to residents and stakeholders to create a long-term, sustainable plan that truly delivers on the City’s environmental responsibilities.

  • A beacon of hope

    A beacon of hope

    There is great potential for Brighton & Hove City Council to restore nature at Hollingbury and Waterhall Golf Courses, especially as BHCC have done something similar before at Beacon Hill

  • Vote for Nature's Recovery

    Vote for Nature's Recovery

    This year, thousands of people have been calling on Government to stand up for nature and take decisive action to protect and restore our natural world. This General Election is a chance to turn up the volume.

  • Golf courses fore wildlife

    Golf courses fore wildlife

    Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC) currently have a golden opportunity to restore a precious area of ancient chalk downland, protecting cultural heritage and a drinking water aquifer whilst providing public access and recreation. Will they take this chance, or revert to short-term financial gain over long-term public benefit?

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