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Getting InvolvedMon, 23rd October 2017

Getting Involved

 

Community engagement is fundamental to the neighbourhood plan and there are several ways to get involved. There will be events and public consultations over the coming weeks and months which will be advertised on Village notice boards and on this web site. Progress will also be discussed at the Parish Council meetings where you can raise questions and contribute thoughts and ideas. 

You can also get in touch via the Parish Clerk Mrs Victoria Spiers

Parish Clerk:  01903 742181

e-mail

Clerk:  vhspiers@hotmail.com

 

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Amberley Parish Council - Neighbourhood Plan Community working Groups

                  

AMBERLEY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

WHO DOES WHAT?

 

STEERING GROUP

Tim Simpson

Geoff Uren

Hazel Allison

Geoff Conlon

Rebecca Beveridge

Vicky Spiers

Leigh Cresswell

 

 

PARISH COUNCILLOR LED COMMUNITY WORKING GROUPS

 

Housing & Design group - led by Geoff Uren

Joe Thompson

Rob Pritchet

Kathrine Ohno

Leigh Cresswell

Peter Cozens

 

Environment group - led by Hazel Allison

Geoff Conlon

Jason Charman

Kathrine Ohno

James Tolson

Sue & Jim Endacott

 

Employment & Tourism group - led by Hazel Allison

Rebecca Beveridge

Mike Toynbee

Sandie Conlon

 

Facilities& Infrastructure - led by Tim Simpson

Glenys Rowe

Mike Wright

Carol Henderson

James Tolson (cycle routes & bridal paths)

Geoff Uren (roads and aircraft noise)

Geoff Conlon (Community Transport)

Ros Simpson & Rachel Bishop (youth activity provision)

 

PARTNERS

Museum
Village Bus
Amberley First C of E School
The Bridge
The Sportsman
Amberley Pottery
The Castle
Amberley village tearoom
Parish magazine
Amberley Society
Village shop

 

CONSULTANTS

SDNPA – Amy Tyler-Jones
AiRS – Housing Survey
Malcolm Simmonds – Conservation Architect
Robert Trent – Graphic Designer
Maureen Chaffe – NP Consultant
Guy Leonard – Chartered Architect
Pam Keeble - Photographs

 

AUTHORITIES

Horsham District Council
West Sussex County Council and Highways
Southern Water
Network Rail
Environment Agency
BT
UK Power Network