In response to Wealden District Council’s emerging Local Plan, Hailsham Town Council is setting up a Neighbourhood Plan to give you the ability to help shape our town’s future and determine the provision of facilities critical infrastructure to support future potential housing development.
WE NEED YOUR VIEWS ON WHAT IS NEEDED IN THE TOWN, THE CHANGES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE HAPPEN AND YOUR IDEAS ON HOW THE TOWN DEVELOPS, COVERING SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS.
Take part in the consultation process by visiting our Neighbourhood Planning pages!
Information on the forthcoming transport improvement scheme being developed for the town centre by East Sussex County Council in partnership with Wealden District Council, Hailsham Town Council and Hellingly Parish Council is available to view.
These improvements will support the economic vitality of the town, improve traffic flow and create an improved environment for pedestrians, the mobility impaired and cyclists.
>>View the KEEP HAILSHAM MOVING newsletter (issued by East Sussex Highways)
For further information on the proposed town centre improvements, CLICK HERE.
SATURDAY 30TH JULY | Vicarage Field | 9.30am-4pm
Featuring an authentic Italian Market – Italia in Piazza – with will several stalls selling traditional food including cheeses, cured meats, pasta, olive oils, vinegars and regional specialities. All produce will be imported directly from producers in Italy.
The event will also include the usual Saturday Hailsham Street Market stalls selling a range of locally sourced food, gifts and accessories.
Historic Hailsham Parish Church will be open to welcome visitors (11am-2pm) and Hailsham FM will be broadcasting the event live.
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