Archive of: Planning
26 April 2021
Jess Price explains how Sussex Wildlife Trust engages proactively with the planning system
14 January 2021
You only have until midnight on Monday 18 January to respond on Wealden District Council’s Direction of Travel Document.
26 October 2020
There is a huge problem with the City Plan Part 2 - Brighton and Hove City Council is proposing housing allocations on several Local Wildlife Sites and even a Local Nature Reserve.
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 September 2020
Please take action now to respond to the Government consultation (closes 23.45 on Thursday 1 October 2020)
16 September 2020
The Government is proposing a major overhaul of the planning system and this poses a huge threat to Sussex wildlife.
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.
05 March 2020
We have received lots of enquiries from people concerned about how the natural environment is being considered in the Horsham Local Plan and how they can respond to the public consultation.
13 February 2020
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.
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.
11 April 2019
Sussex Wildlife Trust has promoted the importance of ecosystem services for decades. We now work hard to get this recognized in all levels of decision making in Sussex. We want a Wilder Sussex and we want people to understand its importance and their role in delivering it.