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No need for Lewes housing site?

The Society has just issued the press release below concerning pressure for new housing around Lewes: No need for Lewes housing site? Newly produced papers reveal that pressure may be off for releasing a greenfield site in Lewes for new […]

A27 Chichester Bypass: Road to Ruin?

The Society has issued the following press release in connection with proposals for a new expressway, northern bypass for Chichester: Road to Ruin? “The South Downs National Park would be severely damaged by a Chichester northern bypass” says the park’s […]

A Transport Plan for East Sussex

The Society has today submitted comments on an “Implementation Plan 2016/17 – 2020/21” for East Sussex’s Local Transport Plan. As the authority responsible for highways and transport planning across the county — including the East Sussex part of the national […]

National park society gives cautious welcome to new park plan

The text of the Society’s submitted comments on the “South Downs Local Plan: Preferred Options” is already on our website, but for information, here is the text of our press release issued today:   The South Downs Society, the Friends group for […]

Hands off Old Malling Farm!

Hands off Old Malling Farm! “80 new houses in Lewes at Southdowns Road behind Tesco and 400 more at North Street – we have no problem with either of those in principle, both on brownfield sites, provided the mix of […]

Equestrian development

Horse riding is a welcome recreational activity in the South Downs National Park, allowing many to enjoy the park’s special qualities. But one person’s enjoyment can be another’s “bad neighbour” and the Society receives many approaches from members of the […]

Save Our Green Fields

The Society and Friends of Lewes have jointly issued the following press release under the above title on 12 August 2015: Two local environmental campaigning groups, Friends of Lewes and the South Downs Society, are joining forces to fight a […]

United we stand!

In our efforts to protect the South Downs landscape for this and future generations we never lose sight of being one of a network of national park societies across the country, each fighting the good fight– ever conscious that a threat […]