Archive of: Laura Brook
09 November 2021
As we head in to the second week of COP26, we’re also entering week two of the Examinations in Public for the Worthing and Brighton Local Plans, which will shape development for the next 15 years.
31 October 2021
The Local Plans for Worthing and Brighton & Hove are now entering the crucial Examination in Public phase, and we’ll be there as a voice for wildlife.
26 August 2021
There are just seven days left to tell Lewes District Council what you think of its new Local Plan proposals - here’s how to get involved.
19 July 2021
The Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Conservation Policy Team are currently working on two important public consultations. Find out how you can get involved and stand up for wildlife right now.
23 October 2020
We’ve created an e-action to help you have your say - please act now and help us put nature back into planning.
08 October 2020
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s response to Horsham District Council’s press release about Rookwood golf course.
30 March 2020
Please act now. The Horsham Local Plan consultation closes soon and this is a vitally important opportunity to help the natural environment from the comfort of your living room – especially if you live in Horsham District.
18 June 2019
Local Plans are produced by local authorities, setting out how much housing and employment space is required in their district or borough. Sussex Wildlife Trust is supportive of a plan-led system because – if done properly - it allows us to ensure that biodiversity can be embedded at the heart of communities.
10 April 2019
In recent weeks the media has reported several situations where developers are netting trees and hedgerows to prevent birds from establishing nests. So why are developers doing this?
25 October 2018
Whether or not you’re a fan of flat pack furniture, you’re bound to have heard about the possible arrival of the big IKEA in Lancing.
02 July 2018
The Arundel bypass has highlighted the disjointed way in which we as a country approach major infrastructure projects
14 November 2016
There is a very simple way to ensure that wildlife has somewhere to hunker down during the harshest weather, and that’s to resist tidying up