ESCC consultation on East Sussex Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)

East Sussex County Council are undertaking a public consultation on the East Sussex Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP).
The deadline for responses is 11.12.20.
You can see full details on the link below

https://consultation.eastsussex.gov.uk/economy-transport-environment/escc-lcwip-2020/

Should you have any queries, please email –

cyclingandwalking@eastsussex.gov.uk

Battle Town Council Neighbourhood Plan Consultation

There is a formal pre-submission public consultation on the draft Battle Civil Parish Neighbourhood Plan – this will begin on 20.01.20 for a period of six weeks – ending at 5.00pm on 01.03.20.
The draft Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents can be seen on the following website – www.battleneighbourhoodplan.co.uk

Click on the link below to see full details about inspecting the draft plan (off-line), drop-in sessions, emailing the Battle Town Clerk, also details on how to make comments.
Details – Battle Civil Parish Neighbourhood Plan

Rother District Council – Budget Consultation

Rother District Council is consulting on its budget for 2020-21 and has to find over £3M in savings.
They would like to hear your response on the options to change how their services are delivered as this work will be delivering a substantial part of their proposed savings.  The consultation is open until 31.01.20.
Click on the link below to have your say –
http://www.rother.gov.uk/budget2020

ESCC Consultation on Rights of Way Improvement Plan

ESCC is carrying out a review of their Rights of Way Improvement Plan, they have a duty to review the plan every ten years.
Information on the current Rights of Way Improvement Plan is available on the link below.
https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/leisureandtourism/discover-east-sussex/rightsofway/rights-of-way-in-east-sussex/rights-of-way-improvement-plan/

ESCC would like to gather your views on how they can develop their new plan and have the following questions for your consideration.
1.  What do you think is good about access to the East Sussex countryside?
2.  How do you think ESCC could improve access to the countryside and what are the barriers?
3.  What do you think ESCC should be trying to achieve over the next 10 years for countryside access in East Sussex?

If you have any views on the above questions, please can you send your response by 04.07.19 to
rightsofway@eastsussex.gov.uk