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Second legal challenge is mounted against Queensway Gateway Road go-ahead

Gabriel Carlyle, who is based in Hastings, is once again challenging the Queensway Gateway Road, the project of Sea Change Sussex – and once again, his challenge is on the grounds of air pollution. Air pollution – a hot issue at the moment. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 13:56 Wednesday, Mar 2, 2016 In: Home Ground Tags: air pollution Emily Johns Gabriel Carlyle Hollington Valley legal air pollution limits Liz Truss Queensway Gateway Road Royal College of Physicians SeaChange Sussex
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Posted 19:01 Saturday, Jan 23, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Gabriel Carlyle Making Meetings Better Milan Rai Quakers Training for Change Turning The Tide

Road go-ahead a flawed decision, say opponents

The ”very serious issue of air pollution” was left on one side by the planning committee when it granted permission for construction of the Queensway Gateway road, say opponents Combe Haven Defenders. Nick Terdre reports.

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Local greens take part in protest against BP’s arts sponsorship

Members of the Hastings and Rye Green Party and Combe Haven Defenders participated in recent protests in London against oil major BP’s sponsorship of British arts bodies. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 20:08 Saturday, Sep 19, 2015 In: Campaigns Tags: BP BP Portrait Award British Museum Combe Haven Defenders Gabriel Carlyle Hastings and Rye Green Party National Portrait Gallery Nick Terdre Royal Opera House Tate Gallery
Protesters forced Sea Change to call off felling the last two trees - for the time being (photo: CHD).

Sea Change gives undertaking on tree-felling

Sea Change Sussex has given an undertaking not to cut down the remaining two trees on the route of the Queensway Gateway road unless planning permission for the road is restored. But many have queried why it tried to fell the two last trees after planning permission for the road had been quashed. It turns out that authority for this action came from East Sussex County Council. Nick Terdre reports.

Council go-ahead for controversial road quashed

With a judicial review looming, Hastings Borough Council has quashed the planning permission given for the Queensway Gateway road, but says it will bring the application before the planning committee again. Gabriel Carlyle of the Combe Haven Defenders, who sought the review, welcomes the decision, but questions whether the council should continue seeking approval for the road. Nick Terdre reports.

High Court challenge to Gateway road

A reminder from Zelly Restorick that on 25 and 26 June a judicial review of the decision by Hastings Borough Council’s planning committee to grant permission for the £15m Queensway Gateway Road will be heard in the High Court in London.

Posted 16:57 Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: air pollution climate change Gabriel Carlyle greenhouse gas emissions High Court National and EU laws on air pollution Queensway Gateway Road
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