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Q1- Is the water supply adequate?
Yes. An improved water system will be installed which has been designed to service the development and the proposals have been agreed by the relevant statutory bodies.
Q2- Have the Fire Brigade been consulted?
All the proposals have been submitted to WSCC for comment and as a result of the feedback from the Fire Service fire hydrants have been incorporated in the proposals.
Q3- Are other utilities, gas, electricity, drainage, adequate?
All services will be suitable for the development and there are no objections from any of the statutory bodies to our proposals.
Q4- Previous applications proposed and required alterations to the A286 junction. Are there any proposals to alter the junction and is any land necessary from adjoining landowners?
There are improvement works planned for the junction which all fall within highway land and therefore there is no other land required from adjoining owners. The proposals and improvements have the support of the Highways Authority.
Q9- What guarantees are there that you won't carry out the new build and not undertake any of
the restoration/repair work?
The S106 agreement is a legally binding document between the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA), the bank and City & Country that sets out the restoration comes before the new build in a phased manner. The agreement sets out exactly the restoration works required and what repair works needs to be done before the relevant new build units can be sold. Thus the SDNPA will have the power to be able to legally ensure that this very worst case scenario never occurs.
Q14- What will the range of prices be for the proposed dwellings?
They are estimated to range from approximately £160,000 to over £1 million.