Supported by West Sussex County Council, Henfield Parish Council & Henfield Community Partnership.  
Henfield Neighbourhood Plan

Recently introduced legislation offers the opportunity for places such as Henfield to prepare and introduce a Neighbourhood Plan, the purpose of which is to enable local communities to have a greater say on how their community should evolve. Work is now underway to prepare such a plan for Henfield Parish under a Steering Group chaired by Ray Osgood, Parish Council Chairman.

Follow the links below to find out what’s involved, the progress being made, and how you can get involved and contribute.

Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Result

Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Result

36.39% turnout results in 94.3% voting YES to the plan. Read on for the declaration from the Counting Officer at HDC ...

Neighbourhood Plan Re-consultation

Neighbourhood Plan Re-consultation

Re- consultation on Henfield's Neighbourhood Plan under Regulation 16 has started.

Plan referendum

Plan referendum

Please vote in the referendum on the Henfield Neighbourhood Plan on 22nd September from 7 am to 10 pm.

Neighbourhood Plan consultation

Neighbourhood Plan consultation

Final consultation stage has now started on Henfield's Neighbourhood Plan. Read on to find out how to comment.

Neighbourhood Plan submission

Neighbourhood Plan submission

Following approval by the Parish Council, the Henfield Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to Horsham District Council. Read about the next stages.

Draft Plan - Please Comment by 23rd

Draft Plan - Please Comment by 23rd

The consultation period for Henfield's draft Neighbourhood Plan ends on 23rd January. Public involvement at every step is vital to the success of the creation of the Plan. Please take the time to respond to the 4 simple questions in the Response Form.