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Review of our Have Your Say Day – March 2017

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

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Have Your Say Day – 21st November 2015

The forum’s ‘Have Your Say’ event on Saturday 21st November 2015 was held at Clarendon Villas. This was regarded as very successful anda major step forward for us. We had guest speakers from the council and property developers. We also launched two petitions: on our objections to the council’s plan to earmark the Coalyard as a waste processing facility and … Read more

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Our petition against the council’s waste management site

Brighton & Hove City Council have proposed allocating the Coal Yard site as a waste management site. Both Hove Station Neighbourhood Forum and the owners of the site objected to this proposal and organised a petition. The petition had about 700 signatures (on paper or online) and was delivered to the council on 6th January … Read 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 plan. Click below to download the full reports in PDF Format (caution: large file sizes). Survey 1: This report is a study of  Hove Stati?on, it uses this small area to look … Read more

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‘Have Your Say’ Day 2013 – Resident Feedback

On 16th February 2013 the Forum held its first ‘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 the area and explain how a Neighbourhood Forum can influence local planning decisions. We gathered incredibly valuable community feedback at the event (see the data below). 57 residents completed a questionnaire.  45 of those residents provided their name and contact details, signing up to participate in or be kept up-to-date on the Forum’s activities.

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