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CLLR GALLEY'S NEWS - JANUARY 2020

As most of you will now know from local media, the Wealden Local Plan has been well and truly rejected by the Planning Inspector.

MAKE 2020 DIFFERENT

To make 2020 different, why not take up a free course with Street Learning in the New Year?

FINAL CALL FOR SCHOOL PLACES

PARENTS and carers have just days left to apply for primary school places for new starters. The application process for children due to start school in September 2020 closes on Wednesday, January 15.

CPF 2020

Happy New Year. I hope you have recovered from the work that you did over the General Election and feel rested for 2020 when we have an exciting programme for the year.

NEW APPROACH TO LOCAL PLAN

Wealden District Council is disappointed by the decision of the Planning Inspector to find that it cannot proceed with its current draft Wealden Local Plan.

WEALDEN'S STRONG FINANCES

Wealden’s residents are being consulted about a proposed council tax increase averaging less than 10 pence a week to pay for the District Council’s services.

WEALDEN'S CLIMATE ACTION PLAN

A number of priority areas are highlighted in an extensive Climate Emergency Action Plan approved by Wealden District Council’s Cabinet as the first steps are taken towards becoming carbon-neutral. 

A DECADE'S ACHIEVEMENT IN WEALDEN

As 2019 comes to a close, Wealden District Council’s Leader, Bob Standley, and Chief Executive, Trevor Scott, look back at a decade of achievement.

CRACKING DOWN ON CHRISTMAS CRIMINALS

This week Sussex Police launched their Tactical Enforcement Unit (TEU) to target those behind serious violence, county lines drugs running and organised crime, as the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne explains: 

QUEEN'S SPEECH

Today’s Queen’s Speech will reaffirm that the NHS is our number one priority – which is why we’ll become the first ever Government to enshrine the increased NHS budget of an extra £33.9 billion per year into law.

The Queen’s Speech will set out our plans to: