From Wednesday morning when half the north fence of the playground was on the ground, with broken posts and wood splinters all over the place to 6.30 that evening when it was all cleared
What a wonderful village Hunston can be! Wednesday morning the playground fence was damaged, on the ground with broken wood posts. Wednesday evening it was taken down and cleared away.
Some phone calls, a plea on Facebook and help arrived. Our thanks to Dusty Withall, Chris Barber, Gerry Mann and Dominic Adkin who took the fence down, to Kirsty Stringer for arranging with Tony Trude to clear it away and Alfie Strude for picking up the little bits of wood. Thanks as well to Joan Foster and Carol Smith for making it all happen
We will arrange installation of a new fence as soon as possible and particularly ask dog owners not to allow their dogs in the playground area.
Tony Trude – taking it all away!
Left to right Dominic Adkin, Gerry Mann, Dusty Withall, Chris Barber
A huge thank you to everyone who came to the Annual Parish Meeting on Wednesday 22 May 2019. We hope the presentation and the opportunity to talk to those who were either owners or developers for the sites that had come forward, was useful.
Please find links below to the two presentations from the evening. As a reminder, to complete the survey, you can collect a paper version from Kirklands Newsagents, or the Parish Office – alternatively you can complete the survey online, using the link below.
Hunston Parish Council is currently preparing a Neighbourhood Plan in the light of Chichester District Council’s proposal in its Local Plan ‘Preferred Approach’ document to allocate 200 houses in Hunston Parish.
We are inviting those who own land within the village to come forward if they believe there is the potential for housing or commercial development on their land. This ‘Call for Sites’ is the beginning of a process that we hope may enable us to make provision for plots of land, large or small, for housing in our Neighbourhood Plan. Please note that submitting details of a particular site is not a guarantee that the Parish Council will support that site for development since all sites submitted will be subject to our assessment protocol.
The Parish Council will be considering the suitability of sites identified in the District Council’s Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) for development. However, if any land owner or agent has not previously notified the District Council that it has a site or sites that could be considered for the HELAA, and wants the site (or sites) to be considered as part of the Neighbourhood Plan Review they should contact:
The Parish Clerk
By email: email@example.com
By telephone: 01243 789039
By post: Hunston Village Hall,
All Landowners wishing their sites to be included for consideration must complete an application form available from the Parish Clerk, which should be returned to the Parish Council by email (preferred) or by post by no later than 8 March 2019.
Any applications received after this date will not be considered.
Chichester District Council – Local Plan Review Consultation
Chichester District Council is currently undertaking a public consultation on the Chichester Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach.
This is the second stage of consultation on the Chichester Local Plan Review. When complete, the new Local Plan will update and replace the existing Chichester Local Plan: Key Policies 2014-2029 and will provide the policy framework for planning and development in the District outside the South Downs National Park in the period up to 2035.
The Chichester Local Plan Key Policies (2014-2029) was adopted in July 2015. The Inspector required the Council to complete a review within five years to aim to ensure that sufficient housing would be planned to meet the needs of the area. This work forms the Chichester Local Plan Review 2035.
The consultation starts today and runs until Thursday 7th February 2019. Please use the links below for information on how to access the consultation documents and details on how you can respond. Please note that the Parish Council will be providing information to help residents make informed responses shortly.