Councillors at Horsham District Council have a great deal of influence over the future of our green spaces. So, with the local elections taking place on 4th May 2023, we asked the candidates in the Denne and Forest wards for their views on Muggeridge Field. The election comes at a time when the landowners, WestContinue reading “Who can save Muggeridge Field?”
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Neighbourhood plan paves the way for the development of cherished green spaces
Muggeridge Field has been left unprotected in the Horsham Blueprint Neighbourhood Plan. This is bad news not only for Muggeridge Field but also for Chesworth Farm. On 20th October 2022, residents and businesses in the area covered by the plan (Denne, Forest and Trafalgar) will be able to vote on the plan in a referendum. Continue reading “Neighbourhood plan paves the way for the development of cherished green spaces”
A challenging year ahead for Muggeridge Field?
Last year was a year of ups and downs for Muggeridge Field but 2022 looks like it could be a challenging year. It seems likely that we will be faced with another planning application to develop the field. If that happens, we will need to come together again to save it, as we did 10Continue reading “A challenging year ahead for Muggeridge Field?”
WSCC proposal to build 63 dwellings on Muggeridge Field
Henry Adams has submitted a representation against the draft Local Plan on behalf of West Sussex County Council (WSCC). They have asked for Muggeridge Field to be allocated for development so that 63 dwellings can be built on it. The representation was submitted in March 2020 but it has only just come to our attention.Continue reading “WSCC proposal to build 63 dwellings on Muggeridge Field”