Here you will find the Hove Station Neighbourhood Plan (HSNP) documents. Part One will be subject to referendum. Our Plan covers the same period as the BHCC City Plan (up to 2030). It develops and elaborates further the strategic framework established by the City Plan for the future development of the Designated Area and will sit alongside the City Plan as the statutory plan for the area. The Neighbourhood Plan is seen by the Forum as providing the policy context for the Hove Station Area Master Plan for the area.
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
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 we are collecting appropriate, proportionate and up-to-date evidence to support our policies. We’re also reaching out to the community to … Read more
We are now in the final stages of preparing the Hove Station Neighbourhood Plan and the regeneration of the Hove Station Area is gathering momentum. Come and find out how our community-led plan is responding to development pressures and tying it all together to ensure the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. … Read more
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 of a major environmental public realm uplift. The Forum is proposing to establish a community hub in the immediate vicinity of the Station premises. If you are interested in joining the improvement group and/or helping with petitions and getting the local businesses involved please get in touch.
The Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum is holding a “Have Your Say Day” to share updates on plans to build almost 1,000 homes in the area.
It is the sixth feedback day to be organised by the group and will include information about schemes at the top of Sackville Road, in Newtown Road and Ellen Street.
The forum said that its “big idea” was that regeneration should not be a piecemeal collection of unconnected developments.
Rather, within the framework of a “neighbourhood plan”, it should be co-ordinated, delivering a new Hove Station Quarter and other “community hubs”…
Our sixth public Have Your Say Day will take place on Saturday 17th February, at the Honeycroft Centre, Sackville Road (see map below). Come along any time between 11:30 am and 3 pm – to provide feedback on the latest Draft Neighbourhood Plan. including proposed community hubs. There will be a brief talks at lunchtime-ish.
Our Annual General Meeting is at Ralli Hall, Wed 24th January at 7.30pm (opposite Tesco Express, 81 Denmark Villas. Enter via the driveway and press the buzzer for “YL” on the door on the right hand side). See our chair’s letter to members and supporters for more details (below) for more about the AGM and … Read more
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 over 40 pages of valuable feedback to guide the creation of our Neighbourhood Plan. Subscribe now to ensure you are notified about … Read more
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 Sackville area. Saturday 18th March 11–3 pm St Barnabas Church, Sackville Rd corner with Coleridge St or Byron St See … Read more