Thursday 6 May 2021: Sir Partha Dasgupta & Cameron Hepburn in conversation: “The Economics of Biodiversity Review”
We all know that walking is good for our physical and mental health, and that choosing to walk rather than drive helps the environment, too.
A Zoom Webinar and discussion Lindsay Frost will chair a Panel discussion with representatives from Lewes Chamber of Commerce, Lewes Area Access Group, Lewes District Council and Lewes Living Streets. High streets throughout the United Kingdom have evolved constantly over the centuries in response to the current needs of living, working and shopping. Recently an […]
CPRE Sussex and the Sussex Wildlife Trust have written to all East and West Sussex MPs to seek their support for a planning system that empowers local communities and protects and enhances the rich biodiversity of Sussex. The charities are seeking a review of the ‘standard method’ algorithm which sets a housing target for a […]
SCATE are asking candidates in the upcoming council elections to make the following 12 pledges: 1. Promote policies that significantly reduce carbon emissions associated with transport. 2. Support every village/town having a bus service every hour. 3. Lobby for cheaper rail services. 4. Campaign for safer roads for all to enable more active travel. 5. […]
Gardening to Save the Planet – Thursday, 15th April at 7pm – Start your own mini ‘rewilding’ project
Who are Transport for the South East? This is a new government body being set up. This blog provides a summary of what they are up to!
National Planning Policy Framework and National Model Design Code: consultation closes 27th March 2021
The Government have unveiled a new bus strategy with £3 billion investments but how much will trickle down to rural areas like the south downs is yet to be revealed!
The Government are consulting on when they should end the sales of new diesel buses in England. Find out more here