Salehurst and Robertsbridge Parish Council

Welcome

Salehurst & Robertsbridge is one of the larger parishes in East Sussex and lies mid-way between Tunbridge Wells to the north and Hastings to the south on the main London to Hastings road, the A21.

 

The parish is entirely contained within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

More information about the history and organisation of the parish can be found at About the Parish.

Latest News

 

REFERENDUM - Salehurst & Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan
19th April 2018

 

Rother District Council has today published a Referendum Information Statement, with details of the Salehurst & Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan Referendum to be held on Thursday 31 May 2018.

 

The document can be seen on the Resources page of the Neighbourhood Plan website.

Forthcoming Events

 

Planning Committee Meeting
3rd May 2018

 

There will be a Planning Committee Meeting on Thursday 3rd May 2018 at Robertsbridge Youth Centre at 7.30pm.

 

The press and public are welcome to attend and up to 15 minutes will be allowed at the start of the meeting for public comments and questions.

 

The agenda for the meeting will be available on the 'Council Meetings' page three days prior. Click here to see the notice.

 

Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting - RVR TWAO
31st May 2018

 

The Council will meet on THURSDAY 3RD MAY 2018 at Robertsbridge YOUTH CENTRE, George Hill, at 8.15pm.

 

The main business on the Agenda will be to consider a response to the Rother Valley Railway Transport and Works Act Order.

 

The meeting will be held in public, with up to 30 minutes at the start for (brief) comments and questions from the floor.

 

The Notice and Agenda can be seen on the Meetings page.

 

REFERENDUM ON THE ADOPTION OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
31st May 2018

 

The Referendum on the adoption of the Salehurst & Robertsbridge Neighbourhood Plan will be held on 31st May 2018, to decide the following question:

 

'Do you want Rother District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Salehurst & Robertsbridge to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood plan area?'

 

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