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Billingshurst Parish Council Billingshurst Community & Conference Centre Roman Way, Billingshurst, RH14 9QW

Happy Birthday Your Majesty! Finally, roses in commemoration of HM Queen’s 90th birthday have been planted up at the front of the Billingshurst Centre. Although a little later than planned, it is hoped that the roses will thrive and provide a beautiful display for many years to come. Lloyds Bank meeting Residents may remember that Lloyds Bank cancelled their attendance at the Council meeting in January with very little notice. Lloyds Bank offered to meet instead with members of the Parish Council and the meeting is due to take place shortly. A short report will be available in the next issue of this publication and will be available via the Council website and social media pages. The council has passed on a lot of information and comments received to the Citizens Advice Bureau to support their ongoing campaign for banking in rural areas.

these pages, receiving support from across the parish. Work is now proceeding to identify options that could deliver solutions to the issues and concerns raised. These options will be evaluated into a series of draft policies and objectives, which will then be put to residents for their support or otherwise; however, this is unlikely to be before autumn 2018. Should you like to know more about the developing Billingshurst Neighbourhood Plan, or have a query, you are able to contact Committee Chairman Jon Perks on jon.perks@billingshurst.gov.uk

Your Neighbourhood Plan – Update

Billingshurst Public Conveniences

A Neighbourhood Plan can be developed by a community to shape development and the provision of services within that community. Once formally adopted, it will be a voice to be recognised and considered by our District and County Councils when making decisions that may affect our parish. A vast amount of information has already been collected across the parish on issues within our community; if you have made a contribution, thank you. The issues include, but are by no means limited to, the amount of future development, availability of local services, protecting our environment, and supporting our local businesses. From this a ‘Vision’ has been developed and was consulted on last autumn, including within

Did you know… there is such a thing as the Loo of the Year? Following the refurbishment project of the public conveniences which has been very well received by residents and visitors alike, the Council’s Cleaning Contractor Pyzer Cleaning has paid for the Public Conveniences to be entered into the competition this summer! We are keeping our finger (and legs) tightly crossed hoping for success. Upcoming Meetings (May) 2nd: Full Council/Trustees 3rd: Planning & Environment Committee 9th: Neighbourhood Plan Committee 23rd: Working Practices Committee 30th: Billingshurst Centre and F&GP Committees

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