Lewes Councillors

Cost of Living crisis: Greens back emergency package of support for Lewes District Residents

24 February 2022

The Co-operative Alliance at Lewes District Council voted tonight to create a package of support for local residents to help deal with the cost of living crisis.

Councillor Johnny Denis

Good news on affordable homes in Ringmer

27 October 2021

Ringmer Area Community Land Trust has made progress on Laughton Road, having overcome many hurdles to deliver their first development of affordable homes.

Johnny Denis helps fight Glynde traffice increase

Glynde fights traffic increase

26 October 2021

While the works at Earwig Corner are due to finish in October, residents are concerned that the ‘shortcut’ will remain popular with drivers.

Councillor Wendy Maples on bin installation

Action on Litter on Love Lane and Juggs Road

25 October 2021

Four bins have been installed on Love Lane and Juggs Road to help make a tidier, cleaner Love Lane and Juggs Road.

Saxonbury House Green Councillors

Saxonbury House – the first Council Housing built in Lewes for over 30 years

24 October 2021

Green-led Lewes District Council recently opened Saxonbury House – the first council housing built in Lewes for over 30 years.

Green Party Councillors attend the Phoenix Project Design Festival

Green Party Councillors attend the Phoenix Project Design Festival

23 October 2021

Green Party Councillors attended the Phoenix Project Design Festival, hosted by North Street Quarter landowner and developer Human Nature.

Ringmer residents address road repairs

Ringmer Road Repair Misery

22 October 2021

Green Councillors are continuing to follow up on road repair issues on behalf of individual Ringmer area residents but are also demanding that the County Council start considering noise, vibration and the impact on residents when they make decisions about how to prioritise repairs.

A272/A275 Road Junction near Chailey

Your Conservative County Councillor votes for more speeding cars in our villages

21 October 2021

Last month saw a proposal to introduce a 20 mph speed limit in residential areas supported by Green and Lib Dem Councillors voted down by Conservative Councillors.

Cooksbridge crossing tail back

Cooksbridge Tail Backs

20 October 2021

Local residents have been frustrated with long queues and tail backs at the Cooksbridge rail crossing for months.

graphic showing land Eton College wish to build on

Don’t Urbanise the Downs

10 October 2021

Campaigners protecting our countryside from Government plans to build over our fields and villages have done an amazing job to raise awareness of the plans to build in East Chiltington but also in many other places in our villages.

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