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The draft “Visioning Brief” Arun didn’t want us to see


Arun District Council has commissioned URS, a London-based consultancy, to prepare two visioning studies for developments built on Garden City or Suburban principles. One for Angmering and one for Barnham, Eastergate and Westergate.

In a letter published in the Bognor Observer the Villages Action Group said:

“the council circulated this report to some Parish Councils who were given just two weeks to comment on this document. Arun District Council had instructed them NOT to share it with the public and refused them more time. They had also been threatened by ADC that if they released this ‘stakeholder’ document to the public, other documents would not be shared with them.”

Nick Herbert MP has now published both of these documents on his web site. You can read details here:

http://www.nickherbert.com/data/files/130306_draft_three_villages_visioning_brief.pdf

http://www.nickherbert.com/data/files/130317_draft_angmering_visioning_brief.pdf

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  1. March 19, 2013 at 9:13 am

    One year ago today on my birthday Arun sent me a letter terming me habitual and vexacious claiming I wasn’t giving them the 10days to respond well its a year on the situation is unchanged I so hope goverment sorts them not only for me but for all the people of arun

  2. March 18, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    Omg can’t believe this people of Arun have a right to know what is going on power to nick herbert for bringing this to the fore I’m gobsmacked

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