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To Residents of Arthur Road, Bedford Road, Cambridge Road, Devonshire Road, Livingston Road, New Street, Oxford Road, Park Terrace East, Standings Court, Stanley Walk, Trinity Square, Victoria Street and Winterton Court
NEW STREET AREA – TRAFFIC ISSUES
Forest Neighbourhood Council (FNC) are conducting a survey to try to address the problems experienced by many people in this area with parking, through traffic and traffic speeds.
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Forest Neighbourhood Council (FNC) represents the views of residents by acting as a channel for consultation with the County and District Councils and other community bodies
April meeting notes
This Council is concerned that many grass verges in Forest Neighbourhood have been ruined by lorries accessing building sites.
Heavy rain and cars that use these areas for off road parking, have not helped the situation.
The grass verges add to the character of our town and we are in contact with both Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council with the hope that something can be done.
There are new Pay Machines in Swan Walk car park and to date we have only received good feedback. Thank you to Horsham District Council for making this change.
Details of the application for a recycling, recovery and renewable energy facility by Britaniacrest are available on this WSCC Planning page. The application number WSCC/015/18/NH. Comments must be received by 28th April
Forest Neighbourhood Council Membership
We continue to have vacancies and will welcome enquiries about the councillor role from residents within the Forest Neighbourhood.
Whilst we are a non-statutory council, we are a voice for local matters and liaise with Horsham District Council.
Next Council Meeting
Monday 21st May 2018 at 7.30 pm in the Salvation Army Hall, Booth Way
Members of the public are always welcomed at Neighbourhood Council Meetings which are held on the third Monday of each month (but the second Monday in December)
MINUTES OF MEETINGS
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