CRUCIAL ‘HOMES NATURE’ EXHIBITION THIS SATURDAY [FEB 29] – TO MAKE THE CASE FOR A GATWICK LOCAL NATURE RESERVE TO AVERT AN ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE IN HORSHAM AND CRAWLEY AT IFIELD [BEFORE THE COUNCILS’ LOCAL PLAN PUBLIC CONSULTATION DEADLINES]

  Following on from last Saturday’s initial Exhibition, there will be a crucial ‘Homes Nature’ Exhibition this Saturday at St … More

2020 VISION FOR IFIELD – GATWICK LOCAL NATURE RESERVE – “NATURE RESERVE IS ESSENTIAL” – CRAWLEY OBSERVER – FEBRUARY 12 2020

  Dear Editor   Homes England’s plan for a 10,000 plus housing development ‘West of Ifield’ makes perfect sense only … More

“THE ANCIENT PARISH OF IFIELD HAS BEEN SPLIT IN TWO, MAKING FUTURE HOUSING ‘WEST OF IFIELD’ UNSAFE IN THE HANDS OF HOMES ENGLAND” ~ RICHARD W. SYMONDS ~ THE IFIELD SOCIETY ~10/02/2020

“The Ancient Parish of Ifield has been split in two, making future housing ‘West of Ifield’ unsafe in the hands … More

OBJECTIONS TO PJ BROWN ‘CONCRETE CRUSHER’ PLANNING APPLICATION WSCC/081/19 – SITE IS WITHIN THE ANCIENT PARISH OF IFIELD AND PROPOSED GATWICK LOCAL NATURE RESERVE

  https://westsussex.planning-register.co.uk/Planning/Display/WSCC/081/19 Planning Application WSCC/081/19 The consultation period for this application has now closed Main Details  Associated Documents Application Number … More

“CREATE GATWICK NATURE RESERVE” – WEST SUSSEX COUNTY TIMES – LETTERS [IFIELD SOCIETY – RICHARD W. SYMONDS] – FEBRUARY 6 2020

Dear Editor   Creating ‘mega’ housing developments in this beautiful county will not solve our problems [“More homes for district”, … More

“WEST SUSSEX: Local Plan Consultation – Horsham District Council has raised concerns with the government about the ‘huge and unprecedented’ housing demands it has been told to meet” – West Sussex County Times – Local Democracy Reporting Service [Karen Dunn]

  https://www.wscountytimes.co.uk/news/environment/west-sussex-local-plan-consultation-1383538  News Environment WEST SUSSEX: Local Plan consultation Horsham District Council has raised concerns with the government about the ‘huge … More