Welcome to The Pulborough
Society holds seven lively and entertaining meetings a
We produce an informative
newsletter before each meeting, highlighting issues of
concern to the Society and our members.
meetings are held in the village hall, and this allows our
members to discuss any concerns they might have and how we
as a society can help.
guest speakers at our meetings (see News & Events) are
always interesting and diverse;
if you are a non-member and would like to come along and see
if the Society has anything to offer you, we charge just £2.
NOW HAVE A SELECTION OF GREETINGS CARDS OF PULBOROUGH
AVAILABLE AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE HALL AND SOME LOCAL SHOPS.
Wednesday 25th January 2017 at 2.30pm
in The Meadow Hall, Pulborough Village Hall
Following the agenda (below) we will enjoy a
talk on the following:
Gardens is a National Trust property and its Head
Paul Gallivan, will give an illustrated talk about this
In addition to the above we will also talk about:
- To consider business transacted by the
- Brief updates of local clubs and Societies
- Pulborough Parish Council
- Neighbourhood Plan
- Pulborough Community Partnership
- Local Action Team
- Pulborough Patient Link
- Youth Club
16/2388 – Validated 20th October 2016
- Proposed Car Parking charges
- Creation of a Pulborough Map
Parsons Field Stables Pickhurst Lane Pulborough West Sussex
Change of use of land to caravan site for stationing of up
to three caravans for occupation by gypsy-traveller family
with associated development (timber utility shed, utility
trailer, septic tank, hard standing and additional
This application was discussed, at the Society meeting, in
November 2016, where it was decided that an objection should
be lodged, with the Local Planning Authority.
A letter was sent to Horsham District Council, on 21
November 2016, objecting on the grounds that:
· The existing planning permission is a temporary one, due
to expire in 2019 and was granted to meet the particular
circumstances, of the then applicant. It is understood that
this person has
now sold the land, to a third party and there is no reason,
why a further permission, should be granted.
· The proposal represents an intensification of the existing
use of this site and represents further incursions, into the
rural area, surrounding the existing settlement boundaries.
· This site is not one of those contained in the Gypsy and
Traveller Sites Allocation identified, by the District