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Results for the tag: Hollington Valley Site of Nature Conservation Importance

Jobs – what jobs?

With the planning application for the Queensway Gateway road due to come before Hastings Borough Council shortly, how is SeaChange’s track record on job creation in its business park ventures? Andrea Needham of Combe Haven Defenders takes a close look at the Enviro 21 business park and wonders why so much public money is being wasted.

Hollington Valley SNCI. The proposed road would run through the middle of this picture

Significant and adverse impact on wildlife site

A report written by the Environment and Natural Resources Manager for Hastings Borough Council has raised serious concerns about the impact of the proposed Queensway Gateway road on the Hollington Valley Site of Nature Conservation Importance.

Aqua Tree Illustration by ZR

Tree dressing ceremony

Tree dressing is an ancient ritual, practised all over the world, where people come together to celebrate, bless and pledge to protect their trees, writes Andrea Needham on behalf of the Combe Haven Defenders.

Posted 10:43 Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014 In: Home Ground Tags: Andrea Needham Combe Haven Defenders Common Ground Hollington Valley Site of Nature Conservation Importance treedressing Zelly Restorick

New road set to increase traffic congestion

The Queensway Gateway Road which Sea Change Sussex is applying to build will increase delays, according to the developer’s own transport study. The contradictory effect has been pointed out by Combe Haven Defenders. Nick Terdre reports.

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