Albourne under 5's 

 For information and and contact details please see HERE

Farm Watch

 

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING

CLICK on title to view: Draft Neighbourhood Plan policies

Update: Please note that as of 16th October 2012, the number of registered electors in the Parish is in fact 512

Scoping Report - Sustainability appraisal. Please view the document HERE. It has been sent for comment to the 3 statutory consultation bodies, English Heritage, The Environment Agency, and Natural England. The deadline for any comments is Friday, 17th January 2014.

The Parish Council soon hopes to produce the finalised draft Plan, and supporting documents, for the public statutory 6 week consultation, early in the New Year.

SEE ALSO THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PAGE FOR ALL UPDATES SINCE THIS ITEM.  

 

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch. The Parish Council would welcome volunteers for this scheme. Please contact the Clerk if you are interested.   

 

  
            

County Local Committee (CLC) (Central and South Mid Sussex)

Details of meetings will appear here: Next meeting is on Tuesday, 27th June 2017 see HERE for further details also visit West Sussex County Council's web-site (County Local Committees) https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/about-the-council/how-the-council-works/committees-and-decision-making/county-local-committees/south-mid-sussex-clc/ to view the Agenda (and previous minutes). These meetings are your chance to see your local County Councillors in action, and to raise any issues of concern you have with them!

School Sign

Safer Routes to School Scheme

 

 ALBOURNE PARISH COUNCIL                           

 

Winter Maintenance/Management 2013/14 

Preparing for winter ..........

The local councils have been working together to try and ensure the best use of limited resources, in dealing with snow and ice.

Main roads....where necessary, the County Council will grit these in our Parish, being the A23, B2116, B2117 (Brighton Road).

Other roads......in severe conditions the Parish Council and the County Council will enlist the help of some local contractors and farmers to try and clear, but not necessarily grit, minor roads in the Parish such as Truslers Hill Lane, Church Lane, and Shaves Wood Lane.

Grit/salt bins.......these are located at (1) the south side of Barleycroft at edge of green (2) south side of Church Lane adjacent to Yew Tree Farm House, and (3) north side of Church Lane on bend opposite Oak Tree Cottage. In addition there is a supply in the Street near to the Village Hall.

These are available for nearby residents to use on pavements - but NOT for private use. You need only lightly sprinkle the grit - otherwise it is wasteful and adds to water pollution.

If you would like to volunteer to help clear the pavements when it snows, please contact the Parish Council using the contact details on the Contact Us Page.

For sensible GUIDANCE ON SNOW CLEARING AND SALT SPREADING - please click HERE 

 

  MSDC Councillors are frustrated that the District Plan Inspector has said that he is not satisfied that the Council has met the duty to co-operate. This means that the Council cannot proceed to the next stage until it has carried out more work with neighbouring Councils. See press release HERE for further information.

Deer Safety

Street Light

Street Lights
- advice on attaching items to street light/lamp posts

Eon Logo I would also like to introduce you to our first Rampion Project Newsletter and our latest Project Information Sheet, which explain more about the project work we have undertaken and the next steps in the development process.
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