Communication & Community

Articles about ‘Have Your Say Days’ and other public meetings and engagement with the community and key stakeholders in Hove.

Review of our Have Your Say Day – March 2017

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The forum held a successful “Have Your Say” Day on Saturday 18th March at St Barnabas Church, Sackville Rd.  The public meeting was attended by a wide section of the community – over 120 attendees – who provided… more →

Come to our “Have Your Say” Day, Sat 18th March 2017

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Come along to our “Have Your Say” Day : a public meeting, exhibition, discussion and as a special guest, there will be a presentation by Mountpark who will talk about their plans to redevelop part of the… more →

AGM Thu 9th March + our public ‘Have Your Say Day’ Sat 18th March (see March newsletter for details)

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We are holding two important public events in March: our Annual General Meeting on Thu 9th March and our ‘Have Your Say Day’ on Sat 18th March. Come along and find out more. Hope to… more →

Have Your Say Day July 2016

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We held another Have Your Say Day on Sunday 3rd July at Ralli Hall. Local residents had the chance to speak to forum members, council officers and fellow neighbours. Of course, the main point of discussion was the emerging… more →

Hove Station footbridge improvement petition February 2016

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We’re asking everyone to sign the online petition “Hove Station footbridge improvement”. ​The Hove Station Bridge is continuing to deteriorate. It is unsightly and not effectively cleaned. The absence of lifts makes access to the station from the north… more →

Have Your Say Day – 21st November 2015

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The forum’s ‘Have Your Say’ event on Saturday 21st November 2015 was held at Clarendon Villas. This was regarded as very successful and a major step forward for us. We had guest speakers from the council and property… more →

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Let’s chat in Facebook!

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www.facebook.com/HoveStationNeighbourhoodForum/ Let us know what you’re think what your ideas or concerns are. Give us feedback about the forum, the website, the Facebook page itself or whatever is on your mind . . .  Robert… more →

Communications and Community Engagement working group

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Meetings and Public Engagement Events

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Diary of Neighbourhood Planning events including committee meetings, working group meetings and public exhibitions called “Have Your Say Days”. You may subscribe to this diary by clicking on the plus sign to add to your… more →

‘Have Your Say’ Day 2013 – Resident Feedback

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On 16th February 2013 the Forum held a ‘Have Your Say’ day at the Honeycroft Centre on Sackville Road. The event was held to share information with the local community on the development plans for… more →

“Have Your Say Day” – July 2016, Ralli Hall, Hove

Our Have Your Say Day was held on Sunday 3rd July at Ralli Hall. Click the links to find out what you missed. 20160620_Final_Leaflet_for_HYSD_3rd_July_pp_1_4 20160620_Final_Leaflet_for_HYSD_3rd_July_pp_2_3 Hope to see you at the next one! Robert Glick  

Mike Whelan Creative Services – Design > Development > Promotion

MW Creative Services is supporting the Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum through subsidised visual communications and marketing services. Mike Whelan is responsible for designing and copywriting our Have Your Say Day posters, event promotion, social media… more →

Do neighbourhood plans have to be evidence based and deliverable?

Yes, neighbourhood plans must have appropriate regard to national policy, including the National Planning Policy Framework and any evidence requirements set out in this. The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum is abiding by the legal requirements and… more →