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Recent changes

30/01/15. An update on progress. –  January Update.

21/12/14. The current status page updated to provide a link to the pre-planning applications.

19/12/14. Walk-in event announced for Wednesday 28th January 2015 4:00pm to 8:00pm in the Village Hall. See News.

11/11/14. The ‘proposed front elevation’ drawing on the redevelopment of Village Hall site page has been updated to show adjacent properties and the outline of the existing village hall.

7/11/14. From the Community Centre drop down menu the plans and site pages have been updated. Also from the Existing Hall drop down menu a new page has been added the redevelopment of Village Hall site page. These pages show the plans that have been submitted to CDC/SDNPA for pre-application advice.

13/10/14. An update on progress. - Excellent News.

23/8/14. An update on progress over the last month. - August Update.

4/8/14. An update on renewed progress - Late July Update.

28/6/14. An update on progress over the last month or so – June Update.

15/5/14. An update on progress over the last month or so – May Update.

3/4/14. The FDVH AGM 2014 will take place on Wednesday 28th May starting at 8:00pm in the Village Hall on Southbrook Road, West Ashling. All are welcome.

28/3/14. The Home and Communities Agency have awarded the project a grant of £32,000 to cover planning costs.

10/3/14. The independently prepared Consultation Report which covers the suggestions and concerns raised at the Road Shows is now available. It can also be accessed at the foot of the Preliminary Survey and Consultation page.



Latest News Update

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January Update

There has been a pre-apps meeting with the planners from South Downs National Park and Chichester District Council. Also at the meeting were Seawards, the architect David Seaman and our District Councillor Julie Tassell. It… Read more »