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Residents in East Sussex Against Landraise now represents the combined village campaigns of Ripe and Chalvington, Laughton and East Hoathly and we actively support all the other No Landraise campaigns in the county. Follow us on Twitter.

The consultation on the preferred Minerals and Waste Strategy has now closed and you may think it has gone very quiet. In fact, so many people and organisations had a view that East Sussex County Council are now analysing around 3000 representations which will, no doubt, take them some time.

The council will now produce a co-ordinated response to all the representations including those for the Broomham Farm site (see picture right). Anyone who has sent in a representation will automatically be notified when the publication of this document takes place. Anyone who did not send in a representation but would like to receive notification of key stages of the preparation of the Core Strategy can register with the Council

In the meantime, the council's officers are undertaking "further technical work" which, amongst other things, will assess matters that have been drawn to the council's attention by the those responding to the consultation.

All this means that the timetable for further consultations and the decision making process will be very lengthy with anything futher unlikely to happen "before the summer".

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  • Walk up Mount Caburn Sunday 2 May Sunday 2 May. Walk up Mount Caburn. Meeting at Glynde Recreation Ground at 2pm to walk up Mount Caburn as far as participants are able. The aim is to look ...
    Posted 27 Apr 2010 14:40 by Peter Barron
  • Giant Jumble Sale 1 May Saturday 1 May sees a Giant Jumble Sale in aid of the REAL Campaign at Laughton Village Hall, Church Lane, Laughton. Doors Open 10.30am and refreshments will be available ...
    Posted 27 Apr 2010 14:31 by Peter Barron
  • Wealden MP keeps up pressure on ESCC Charles Hendry (right), MP for Wealden, has expressed his support for the no landraise on greenfield sites campaigns by publishing a letter sent to Cllr Matthew Lock, the Lead Member ...
    Posted 18 Mar 2010 09:11 by Peter Barron
  • Green MEP supports no landraise A statement of support from the office of Caroline Lucas (right) MEP for the South East says, "The Green Party shares your opposition to landraise. Caroline agrees with Green councillors ...
    Posted 18 Mar 2010 09:13 by Peter Barron
  • Walk around the Broomham Site 108 concerned residents, members of the Ripe Local Action Group, REAL and Parish Councillors walked the proposed landraise waste disposal site at Broomham Farm between Ripe and Golden Cross on ...
    Posted 17 Mar 2010 15:16 by Peter Barron
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