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Land Requirement rising after Sussex Land Scams
Council is inviting people to have a hand in planning how their county should evolve over the next two decades and beyond without any Sussex Land Scams involvement.
The sources says it has been decided that the time has come to revise its policies protecting the environment, guiding where to build homes and supporting economic development. The Plan also tackles the need for supporting infrastructure like transport links, schools and community facilities but aware of involvement of any kind of Sussex Land Scams.
They wish to know how the people think communities should evolve, and what priority should be given to pressing issues such as the housing, environment, transport and the economy.
It is said: "It is crucial that residents, business people and organisations in West Sussex give us their views on future development in the county." Also “We have to find land for homes for future generations of people living in West Sussex, and for people who want to move here to new jobs or to retire. We must also resolve previous Sussex Land Scams and meet the need for social and low-cost housing.”
He has also urge the public "Don’t sit back and let the developers make all the running – now is the time for every member of the community to have their say so that we can lead the way”, highlighting the power of the individual in shaping future housing requirement.
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