This spring sees the next steps towards the production of a Neighbourhood Development Plan for Hailsham. A lot has happened since the launch of the Neighbourhood Planning Committee in 2015 including various public consultations and engagement events for residents, which
Public transport links, infrastructure and community facilities were among the many areas discussed at a public consultation drop-in event held in the Quintins Centre in Hailsham on Friday [19 January]. At the drop-in session, which took place at the former
Hailsham Town Council invites residents to attend a public drop-in session to find out more about the Hailsham Neighbourhood Plan and its progress, which takes place at the former Wizard Stores retail unit inside the Quintin’s Centre on Friday 19th
Public transport links, infrastructure and community facilities were among the many areas discussed at a public consultation drop-in event held at the Hailsham Civic Community Hall in Vicarage Lane on Saturday [25th November]. At the consultation event, organised by the
Housing design, transport and accessibility, infrastructure and town centre retail were among the many subjects discussed at the second of two Neighbourhood Plan drop-in consultation events held at the Hailsham Civic Community Hall yesterday [18 August], at which residents attended.
Hailsham Town Council invites local residents to attend its next Neighbourhood Planning public engagement events which will be held at the Civic Community Hall in Vicarage Lane on Friday 11th August (10am-noon) and Friday 18th August (2pm-4.30pm). Residents will be
Hailsham’s Neighbourhood Planning consultants have now collated the results of the various interactive polls which were a feature of a public consultation that took place at the Hailsham East Community Centre in February. >>Vision & Objectives Workshop FINDINGS REPORT –
A date for your diaries! Thursday 9th February from 6:45pm at Hailsham East Community Centre, Vega Close. Hailsham Town Council invites local residents to attend a public meeting to discuss and find out more about the progress of the Hailsham