Wealden v Lewes/South Downs Parts of Core Strategy Quashed because of Cumulative SAC Impact


The impact of the JCS would only be 190 vehicles a day through the Ashdown Forest SAC, however with Welden these topped 1,000 /daym the screening threshold. Natural England gave bad advice.

As out of time for Wealden only applies to SDNP area – which has no strategic sites – and almost no impact on Ashdown forest.  So the impact is to leave SNP in Lewes district without a plan unless it carries out a hugelty expensive study on development of marginal impact – what a waste of time.


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