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Chichester Neighbourhood Plan
There will be a meeting to launch Chichester City Council's Neighbourhood Plan on Monday 14th October at 7:00 pm.
The venue is the Assembly Room in the Council House, North Street.
As part of their consultation, they are conducting a survey, to gather views about what should or should not be included in the finished Plan. The survey runs until 5.00PM on Monday 9th December and can be found here.
Marchwell Studios Thinking Day
Marchwell Stables is currently an empty old stable block, on the edge of Graylingwell Park, in need of quite a lot of TLC. The next stage of the development of the Graylingwell Park community is to redevelop the stables, and turn them into new studio spaces for artists and makers of all kinds. Your help is needed.
A community thinking day is planned on Thursday October 24th, from 3 -7pm, at the Watertower in Graylingwell Park. Topics will include ... What should happen in the studios? Who should work here? How could local people use the space? Are you already doing something that needs space? How can it benefit the whole of Chichester?
It's a drop in event, so come any time. All are welcome, and tea, coffee and biscuits will be served. You don't need to be an artist or a maker - you just need to have ideas and opinions!
When: Thursday October 24,th, 3-7pm.
Goodwood Runway Status
To save you having to phone them to check, current runway status is published by Goodwood Air Traffic Services on Twitter.
If you do need to contact them, the number is 01243 755162
The 'Noise Preferred Routings' for fixed wing aircraft are shown on this map
If you take an interest in these things, you can check aircraft details here
And finally, here's a link to their weather feed ...
Welcome to the web site of the Summersdale Residents’ Association (SRA). We are the largest such Association in the district of Chichester covering much of the North of the city. We have approximately 400 member houses representing over 1000 adults. The work is staffed entirely by volunteers from varying walks of life and the committee meets 8 times a year. Members are always welcome at committee meetings.
The Association is an integral part of the Summersdale area of Chichester. It aims to encourage community spirit, to preserve and improve the environment and amenities and to foster the interests of Summersdale residents.
We represent you on a number of local committees including the :-
We monitor planning applications proposed in the Summersdale area and lodge objections where appropriate, in addition to keeping a watching brief on wider development activities in the area.
Our web site will give you all the details including how you can join for the very modest fee of £5 per household per year, and we look forward to you taking a positive interest in the activities of our Association.