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Mr Steven King
01444 477590
steven.king@midsussex.gov.uk
4th November 2014

Dear Sir/Madam
Mid Sussex Ref:

AP/14/0052

Planning Inspectorate
Ref:

APP/D3830/A/14/2226987

Land At:

Land Parcel At London Road Hassocks West Sussex

Proposed
Development:

Outline planning application for the development of up to 97


new homes, associated landscaping and open space on land
off London Road, Hassocks. Landscape and Visual Impact
Appraisal received 27 February 2014.

Appeal By:

Gleeson Developments Limited

Start Date:

29th October 2014

I am writing to let you know that an appeal has been made to the Secretary of State in
respect of the above site. The appeal follows the refusal of planning permission 13/03818/
OUT by this Council. The appeal will be determined on the basis of an inquiry. The
procedure to be followed is set out in the Town and Country Planning Appeals (Determination
by Inspectors) (Inquiries Procedure) (England) Rules 2000. You will be advised of the date
and venue when the arrangements have been finalised.
We have forwarded all the representations made to us on the application to the Planning
Inspectorate and the appellant. These will be considered by the Inspector when determining
the appeal.
You may make comments, or modify/withdraw your previous representation on this appeal to
the Planning Inspectorate in a number of ways:
1.

Online using the Planning Casework Service: www.planningportal.gov.uk/pcs

2.

Via email: teamp2@pins.gsi.gov.uk


Quoting Planning Inspectorate Reference: APP/D3830/A/14/2226987

3.

or in writing (3 copies required) to:


Vicky Williams
The Planning Inspectorate
Room 3/10 Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Bristol BS1 6PN

Your representation must reach the Planning Inspectorate not later than 3rd December
2014. Any representations submitted after the deadline will not usually be considered and
will be returned. All representations must quote the Planning Inspectorates Reference APP/
D3830/A/14/2226987 / .
The Planning Inspectorate will not acknowledge your letter unless you specifically ask them
to do so. They will, however, ensure that your letter is passed on to the Inspector dealing

with the appeal.


Copies of the appeal form, appellants grounds of appeal, together with other documents
which the Local Planning Authority will be submitting to the Planning Inspectorate may be
inspected at these offices during normal office hours or through the Councils website
www.midsussex.gov.uk/planningregister and select the Appeals tab using reference AP/
14/0052. An explanatory booklet Guide to taking part in planning appeals is available
through our website, or via the Planning Portal at www.planningportal.gov.uk/pcs.
When made, the decision will be published on the Planning Portal.
Yours faithfully
Head of Economic Promotion and Planning
NEIGH1