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
The South Downs National Park Authority is reviewing its policy on ‘Whole Estate Plans‘ and is asking for comments and suggestions. They have published a consultation on their website. Comments must be submitted by Sunday 21st March 2021. In just one week’s time, the Park’s consultation will close. The South Downs Network (SDN) will be […]
Free conference Association – 24th March: Introducing 20 Minute Neighbourhoods
South Downs National Park ignore their own policies and legal obligation “to conserve and enhance” in giving the go ahead to intrusive works at Seven Sisters cliffs! #SouthDownsNationalPark @sdnpa #SevenSistersCountryPark #CuckmereHaven @NaturalEngland
Over the last few years, there has been much talk and controversy over the possibility of a ‘motorway’ style road being constructed from Lewes to Polegate. The debate will go on for some time as to whether or not a scheme is formally announced by the Government as part of it’s Road Infrastructure Strategy. In […]
Rural Transport: South Downs Network call on the Government to restore rural bus services to pre 2010 levels – the cost would be less than 1% of roads budget of £27 billion
The Missing Link Project – safer cycling and walking in the South Downs National Park