Friday, 2 January 2015 Residents in Hove have successfully gained approval from Brighton & Hove City Council for a Neighbourhood Forum. The move will enable them to have a bigger say in plans for their area. The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum (HSNF) is the first to be established in the city and it means that residents and … Read more
The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum supports this application, albeit reluctantly in the context of a likely maximum 10% affordable housing provision, subject to the satisfactory resolution of the potentially adverse impacts on the local road network of the very high density development proposed. Given the requirements of planning law and national policy guidance, this means … Read more
£15 million is being contributed by Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) in The Passenger Benefit Fund which will be used to provide benefits to passengers across the network. They are welcoming ideas from stakeholder groups and we want the Hove Station footbridge to be considered (see the attached newsletter). Train users are also encouraged to submit their ideas individually via The Passenger Benefit Fund website.
In July2019 the Forum successfully applied for re-designation, as its initial 5-year term expired in September 2019. Having secured re-designation for an additional five years, our priority is to take account of the Regulation 14 Consultation responses and agree the final draft with the Council.
In parallel, the Forum is dealing with other key issues – working with its members and the wider local community in continuing engagement with major developers and the Council. These activities will shape the Regulation 16 Draft Neighbourhood Plan
We are now in the final stages of preparing your Hove Station Neighbourhood Plan and the regeneration of the Hove Station Area is gathering momentum. Come to Honeycroft and have your say about the latest draft of your community-led plan. Let’s ensure the whole is greater than the sum of its parts! Exhibition and handouts … Read more
After five years hard work we are now in the final stages of developing the Neighbourhood Plan which is focused on establishing a new Hove Station Quarter. At our AGM in Rallli Hall (see location map below) on February 28th 2019, we will launch the legally required six weeks consultation on our Draft Neighbourhood Plan … Read more
Wed, Nov 21, 20:00 – 21:30 St Lukes Prestonville, Brighton For further info see:https://nextdoor.co.uk/events/17592186202864/ Please note that this housing meeting is organised by Jackie Quinn, Labour councillor for Goldsmid ward. The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum itself, however, is a non-political organisation.
What do you think of the area around Hove Station? What concerns do you have?What about the pedestrian footbridge? The approaches to the station? The flow of traffic? The public phone boxes? What is being planned for this area? What is already happening and who’s doing it? Can we affect these plans? As part of preparing … Read more
Moda are inviting local residents to have their say on housing development proposals for the Sackville trading estate and coal-yard. Public exhibition at Honeycroft, Sackville Road, Hove BN3 3WF.
- Tue 18th September (3pm-6pm), and
- Wed 19th September (4pm-7:30pm)
We now have a timetable for completion of the draft Neighbourhood Plan, including consultation, before the HSNF Neighbourhood Plan proposal is submitted to the council. The next step will be a workshop with Council officers on travel & transport (including traffic and parking). This workshop should be scheduled soon and members of the Hove Station Neighbourhood … Read more