Hands off Henfield was formed in 2013 by bringing together two earlier action groups, Henfield's Own Preservation Society and the No West End Lane Development group. We have kept the Hub pages for these groups active for the moment so that you can still visit them to see older information.
With a display of corporate arrogance that is almost unbelievable, Barratt Homes are at it again
Barratts Homes submitted another application to increase the number of houses on development north of West End Lane.
Please don't forget that this Tuesday is the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum.
The appeal against the refusal of Planning Consent for 72 houses on the Sandgate Nursery site between West End Lane and Hollands Lane is to be held at 10.00am 23rd Feb.
The referendum for the Henfield Neighbourhood Plan, due to take place on Tuesday 22nd September, has been postponed.
Inspector favours concentration of growth around existing towns along with some development in other villages.
HoH gives full support to the emerging Neighbourhood Plan.(NP) and continues to oppose Unsustainable developments in our village,
Horsham District Council has confirmed that it has submitted a challenge under section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 against the Inspector's decision to allow the development of 160 homes in West End Lane.This was lodged at the Court of Justice on 14th July.
HDC have received an application to build 72 homes on the old nursery site in West End Lane.
For all your support and for everything everyone has done since Barratts first put in an application to build on land in West End Lane, through to the 6-day Inquiry that finished this week.
We would like plenty of local people to attend the public inquiry into Barratts’ appeal against HDC’s decision to refuse them planning permission for 160 houses on agricultural fields in West End Lane, Henfield.
A submission of additional evidence to meet the deadline of 16 December set by the Planning Inspectorate has been made. The Appeal Inquiry to consider the refusal of planning permission by HDC for 160 homes in West End Lane will start on 25th March in Horsham. As many residents as possible are encouraged to attend.
Here is a summary of recent developments and plans of the HANDS OFF HENFIELD group.
Hands off Henfield are appealing for funds to pay for expert help to provide further evidence to support the fight against Barratts' proposal to build 160 houses in West End Lane
Any additional comments on Barratt's proposed development in West End Lane must be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate by 16th December. Read on for more information.