The changing shape of Lancing have your say…..

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Plans produced by Adur district council propose identifying
New Monks Farm, currently a greenfield site, as a site for
development of housing, commercial and community buildings.
The site is one of four sites identified in the Revised Draft
Adur Local Plan 2013. The other sites are West Sompting,
Shoreham Airport and Shoreham Harbour. The Adur Local Plan
will provide a strategy for development in Adur up to 2031
and the revised draft is available now for you to read and
comment on. However, time is short as the consultation period
ends on 7th November. Concerns have been expressed on whether
the development of the New Monks Farm site would have a detrimental
effect on local flooding risk. There have also been questions asked
about whether the infrastructure (roads, etc.) will be sufficient
to support such new development.However, Adur District Council says,
when finalised, the plan will seek to achieve a balance in meeting
needs for development whilst striving to protect and enhance the
character and features of Adur such as its open spaces, landscape
and historic features. There are a few ways in which you can get
more information and then let Adur District Council know what you
like and / or don’t like about their plan.

Read the Plan
Copies of the Revised Draft Plan can be found in local libraries in Adur

during the consultation. Additionally you can read the plan online:

http://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/adur-local-plan-consultation/

Read what other people of Lancing and Sompting have to say,
There is a healthy debate on the plans going on online.Places you should check out are:

Lancing and Sompting on Facebook, Join the debate on the Lancing Vision Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/LancingVision
Sompting Residents Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/SomptingResidents

Change.org

There is a petition for those who wish to oppose the development in the Lancing and
Sompting Local Gaps. This page has comments from people who have already signed the
petition as to why they oppose the proposed plan.

 

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Go to an Exhibition
There are various exhibitions around Lancing and beyond where you can learn more about
the draft plan. These exhibitions started at the end of September. The remaining dates are:
Lancing
Lancing Village Action, 17 North Road, Lancing
Tuesday 15th, Thursday 17th & Saturday 19th October
Shoreham
Adur Civic Centre, Ham Road, ShorehambySea
28th October to 7th November (not weekends)
Sompting
Harriet Johnson Centre, Loose Lane, Sompting
21st October to 7th November (not weekends)
Southwick
Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street, Southwick
Tuesday 15th October to Friday 25th October (not Sundays) 9am to 1pm
(On limited occasions these exhibitions will actually be staffed by people

who can answer your questions).

The remaining occasions are:

  • Wednesday 16th October, 9am to 1pm at the Southwick Community Centre
  • Wednesday 23rd October, 9am to 1pm at the Harriet Johnson Centre, Sompting
  • Wednesday 30th October, 6pm to 8pm at the Harriet Johnson Centre, Sompting

Tell Adur District Council What You Think:

The consultation period ends on 7th November and comments must be received by Adur
District Council by 5pm on that date.

You can get a response questionnaire from (and return it to)
Adur District Council Planning Policy Team, Adur and Worthing Councils,

Town Hall, Chapel Road,

Worthing,

West Sussex,

BN11 1HA

(planning.policy@adurworthing.gov.uk / 01273 243000)

The questionnaire can also be found online

http://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/adur-local-plan-consultation/#comment

 

 

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