How we used a neighbourhood plan to make schemes deliver net green benefits

Pioneering environmental approaches are at the heart of a plan for Lewes in the South Downs National Park, writes Colin Marrs.

by Colin Marrs
Consultation: Lewes Town Council clerk Steven Brigden (fourth from the right) explained policies to members of the local community while the steering group’s Kirsten Firth (fourth from the left) helped to inform residents about ecosystems
Consultation: Lewes Town Council clerk Steven Brigden (fourth from the right) explained policies to members of the local community while the steering group’s Kirsten Firth (fourth from the left) helped to inform residents about ecosystems

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