Our first challenge is retain the character and beauty of south-west Henfield which is now threatened with development outside the village boundary. The proposed Sandy Lane development represents the thin end of the wedge, opening the possibility of mass development all around this corner of the village.
A number of other Henfield sites are under consideration for development as part of the Horsham strategic plan.
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The Campaign to Protect Rural Henfield is delighted to announce that the planning application to build 42 houses on 'Land North of Sandy Lane' has been refused by Horsham District Council.
Horsham District Council has now published an updated assessment of potential housing sites to be considered for development as part of its strategic planning framework.
The Henfield community submitted some 350 objections to the planning application by Fairfax properties, including a 60-page report by CPRH.
Over 100 supporters gathered on Sunday morning to express their opposition to the Planning Application submitted by Fairfax Homes. You only have until 12 December to submit your objection.
Everything you need to know to submit your objection before the planning deadline of Wednesday 12th December 2018!
An article from a concerned Henfield resident.
Fairfax Properties have now responded to some of the issues raised by local residents about their plan to build another housing estate in Henfield.
Why is Fairfax Properties trying to bypass Henfield's new Neighbourhood Planning process?
In July 2018 Fairfax distributed a 'Public Consultation Information Leaflet' to nearby homes announcing their proposal to build on 'Land to the North of Sandy Lane, Henfield'.
Our campaign is run entirely by local people who care about the future of our village.