On the very edge of the South Downs National Park, Long Copse Lane and the surrounding Hollybank fields are home to a diverse range of wildlife, some of which are found in very few other locations in the UK. People call this area home, and we’re very concerned about the effect a development of 260 houses will have on its delicate balance.
Why we object
Increased traffic flow into a narrow rural lane making it unsafe for walkers, cyclist and horse riders.
Loss of countryside on edge of Hollybank Woods and the National Park.
Trees and Wildlife
Adverse impact on trees and protected species that call this area home.
Suitability for Build
Ground stability for building and existing issues with drainage.
Increased pressure on local infrastructure including schools and doctors’ surgeries
Are you with us?
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