Jonathan Bore, the planning inspector appointed by central government to review and test the housing plan put together by Mid Sussex, released his interim findings earlier this week.
His key findings and recommendations include;
That the Council’s approach to assessing future housing growth is unsound and requires a significant uplift in the number of homes to be built per year from 800 to 1026 for the remaining 17 year life of the plan.
That Mid Sussex District Council considers carefully how best to deal with the unmet need of Brighton and other coastal authorities and
Greater consideration is given to the potential offered for new freestanding developments rather than extensions to existing settlements.