Transport, Movement & Connectivity

Transport infrastructure, parking, cycling, walking and permeability. New development means more traffic pressure. The road network needs to be improved. We need to balance the flow of additional traffic with the needs of local residents and businesses.

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Join HSNF to take part in the workshop on Transport

i Sep 2018 make a comment
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. … more→

Sackville Conway Community Hub CH2

i Feb 2018 1 comment
Do you want to improve the public realm in front of the Honeycroft centre, create a pocket park near north of St Barnabas Hall or plot footpaths from Poets Corner to Hove… more→

Community Hub CH3 – Improvements to Portland Rd

i Feb 2018 make a comment
Portland Road is one of the city’s local centres and provides a wide range of retail and commercial services within walking distance of the dense terraced housing. With all… more→

Hove Station Community Hub – CH1

i Feb 2018 5 comments
Hove Station is a major transport hub that has had very little investment for many years.  The area includes shops, small businesses, cafés, bars and pubs and is badly in need… more→

Movement & Connectivity Policies

i Jun 2017 2 comments
New development means more traffic pressure. The road network around Hove Station needs to be improved. We need to balance the flow of additional traffic with the needs of local residents… more→

Call for major improvements to Hove Station Footbridge

i Apr 2017 make a comment
Architect David Kemp is among a number of local businesses and residents calling for more substantial work on the bridge which has fallen into “an appalling condition”. Mr Kemp drew… more→

Mountpark’s proposed design for regeneration of Sackville trading estate

i Mar 2017 make a comment
Developer Mountpark’s initial proposals for high-density employment, retail and 600 new homes are still at the design stage and are part of a bigger regeneration initiative.… more→

New Waste & Minerals Site Plan adopted (February 2017)

i Mar 2016 make a comment
The council’s plans for a new Waste & Minerals Site have been adopted (February 2017). They have allocated a nearby site at Sussex House Industrial Area and noted the following:… more→

Hove Station footbridge improvement petition February 2016

i Feb 2016 make a comment
We’re asking everyone to sign the online petition “Hove Station footbridge improvement“. ​The Hove Station Bridge is continuing to deteriorate. It is… more→
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Hove Station Area – Visual Surveys

In 2016, students from The University of Brighton surveyed Hove Station and surrounding areas – revealing interesting insights  – to inform our neighbourhood… more→

‘Have Your Say’ Day 2013 – Resident Feedback

i May 2013 2 comments
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… more→

The Issues

i Jun 2014 make a comment
Planning Problems: The local population is growing much faster than regional and national averages. Our members tell us housing provision is a major issue. The lack of health… more→

The Plan (Pt.1 Policies)

i Jun 2018 make a comment
Here you will find the latest draft summary and the full Neighbourhood Plan document. Part One will be subject to referendum. What do you think? What do you agree with and disagree… more→

Concepts & Options

i Oct 2016 make a comment
Aspirations Outstanding Questions There are three major developments happening or about to happen in the Hove Station area. This is the result of top-down planning by the city council.… more→

Draft Policy 10: Design & Public Realm

i Feb 2019 make a comment
One of a range of policies dealing with aspects of new development, including heights, access, street level design and landscaping. These policies aim to transform run down brownfield… more→

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