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Our vision for the Neighbourhood Plan is to create a vibrant, coherent community – a great place to live, work and relax! If you support this vision, please show your support and apply to register as a member.

Membership Benefits:

  • Occasional progress updates via email
  • Occasional event invitations via email
  • Notifications of workshops & surveys via email
  • Eligibility to join a working group
  • Eligibility to vote at the AGM

Application Form:

    Your Name

    Your Age Group

    under 2020-4445-6465+

    Email Address

    Home or Work Address must be within the designated area (see map)

    Post Code:

    I work hereI live here


    Please note that all members must understand and agree to the following basic conditions under UK law. The Neighbourhood Plan must:

    • be appropriate having regard to national policy‎

    • contribute to the achievement of sustainable development‎

    • be in general conformity with the strategic policies in the local development plan

    • be compatible with human rights requirements‎

    • be compatible with EU obligations‎


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    Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum (HSNF) aims to improve social, economic and environmental conditions in the Hove Station Neighbourhood area, particularly through the preparation and implementation of a Neighbourhood Plan. You can view our simple Privacy Policy >

    Membership is free and open to:

    • residents
      who live in the designated area (see map).
    • businesses and employees
      who work in the designated area.
    • elected members
      of Brighton & Hove City Council / East Sussex County Council.

    Designated Area:

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    The information you provide will only be used by the Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum, for the sole purpose of creating a Neighbourhood Plan. It will not be shared with any other organisation other than, where necessary, entities working directly with the forum in order to achieve its community objectives.

    This includes situations where we are required to disclose our membership list to Brighton and Hove City Council, other planning authorities or government departments in order to meet the requirements of the Localism Act 2011 and associated regulations.

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