Archive of: Planning

  • PAWS for thought

    PAWS for thought

    Dr Tony Whitbread discusses Plantations on Ancient Woodland Sites, an un-appreciated type of ancient woodland. Over-looked by some, dismissed as just plantations by many and often poorly protected by policy they can, nevertheless, be valuable historical and ecological assets.

  • Have your say on Rampion 2

    Have your say on Rampion 2

    Time is running out to have your say on plans to expand the Rampion Offshore Windfarm off the Sussex coast.

  • Not too late to plan ahead

    Not too late to plan ahead

    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.

  • Summer Plans, make sure you don't miss out

    Summer Plans, make sure you don't miss out

    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.

  • Stand your ground for nature

    Stand your ground for nature

    Tor Lawrence speaks out on the the dichotomy that is Nature vs Development, highlighted by Local Authorities under the expectation of meeting nationally set housing targets, versus their ability to integrate these into the landscape, whilst valuing and embedding Nature’s Recovery in one of the most nature depleted countries in the world.

  • Development pressure

    Development pressure

    Jess Price explains how Sussex Wildlife Trust engages proactively with the planning system

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