VILLAGERS have been urged to make sure they lodge fresh objections to proposals for more than 30 homes in Angmering, after developers submitted revised plans.
Save Angmering Village (SAV), which is campaigning against large-scale housing schemes, has called on its supporters to write further letters opposing the application for 36 homes with car parking, public open space, landscaping and new access to Roundstone Lane at Pound Nursery, Roundstone Lane, even if they previously objected to an earlier plan for 38 homes on the same site.
In its latest newsletter, SAV asks people to send objections to Arun District Council, quoting reference A/135/12, by May 5.
The latest list of plans submitted to Arun in the Gazette area also include:
ARUNDEL: internal alterations to enable change use of first and second floors from residential to retail, 39 High Street (this application affects the character and appearance of the Arundel conservation area). Also, listed building consent application for same.
Change of use and extension to create three self-contained apartments and one maisonette at Arden Guest House, 4 Queens Lane (this application affects the character and appearance of the Arundel conservation area).
CLIMPING: remove workshop and replace with seven lock-up units at Unit W South, Ford Road, Ford.
Two free-standing, non-illuminated notice boards, at Climping Parish Church, Church Lane and at junction of Horsemere Green Lane and Wooldridge Walk.
LITTLEHAMPTON: installation of semi-permanent, low-level picnic benches to replace tables and chairs at West Beach Café, Rope Walk.
Change of use from commercial unit to a private swimming school at Unit 1B, Littlehampton Marina.
Change of use from detached house to two one-bedroom flats, Bakery Cottage, 28A Gloucester Place.
Replacement of 27 timber windows with PVCu windows, Tamarisk Centre, Beach Road.
Rear ground floor extension – this application may be determined by Littlehampton Town Council under delegated powers – 5 Sussex Street.
WALBERTON: erection of a new chimney, creation of a new external doorway; repositioning of ramped pathway; installation of two new window openings (this application affects the character and appearance of the Walberton village conservation area), Lodge Cottage, The Street.