Talks on plan for Hove Station area

The future of a neighbourhood will be discussed by people living in the area.

Residents and ward councillors want to create a neighbourhood plan which will map out what people want to see in the Hove Station area.

It has been identified by Brighton and Hove City Council as one of eight areas for major development in the City Plan, which runs until 2030.

A drop-in session will take place in St Barnabas Church Hall in Conway Street, Hove, on Saturday, February 16 between 12.30pm and 4.30pm.

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12:17pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Hove Actually says...

This is obvious, people want a modern station with good links and a multi-story car park that is priced at £5 per day.

Next problem........
This is obvious, people want a modern station with good links and a multi-story car park that is priced at £5 per day. Next problem........ Hove Actually

12:39pm Thu 14 Feb 13

pwlr1966 says...

It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless.
It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless. pwlr1966

12:58pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Tallywhacker says...

pwlr1966 wrote:
It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless.
That's a bit cynical isn't it? They promised to ask and listen, not do what people want as well. It's a well known fact that do-gooders often do what they think you need not what you think you want. And while you may keep saying what you want, deep down they KNOW what you really need.
[quote][p][bold]pwlr1966[/bold] wrote: It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless.[/p][/quote]That's a bit cynical isn't it? They promised to ask and listen, not do what people want as well. It's a well known fact that do-gooders often do what they think you need not what you think you want. And while you may keep saying what you want, deep down they KNOW what you really need. Tallywhacker

1:38pm Thu 14 Feb 13

paul76 says...

I am guessing it will involve green space for people to walk and cycle and car's will not be allowed within 10 miles.
I am guessing it will involve green space for people to walk and cycle and car's will not be allowed within 10 miles. paul76

3:39pm Thu 14 Feb 13

jyan says...

Let's have another travellers site. With a skateboarding area. With a homeless shelter. And a ferris wheel to watch it all.
Let's have another travellers site. With a skateboarding area. With a homeless shelter. And a ferris wheel to watch it all. jyan

4:25pm Thu 14 Feb 13

ICantThinkOfAName says...

pwlr1966 wrote:
It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless.
As the Greens are are minority on the Council, is it true that they can only carry out their policies if supported by members of other parties?
[quote][p][bold]pwlr1966[/bold] wrote: It doesn't matter what the residents want, the Greens will put through what they want regardless.[/p][/quote]As the Greens are are minority on the Council, is it true that they can only carry out their policies if supported by members of other parties? ICantThinkOfAName

7:08pm Thu 14 Feb 13

Bob_The_Ferret says...

Surely we need a series of large tower blocks with thousands of tiny commuter pigeon lofts, surrounded by cycle lanes and a traveller (settler) park.

All the businesses and industrial premises could be closed so no nasty car or van drivers need to come to the area.

For those new residents who don't have work to commute to by bicycle or train, there should be a local benefits office and one of the cheaper varieties of supermarket and a bargain sports wear store.
Surely we need a series of large tower blocks with thousands of tiny commuter pigeon lofts, surrounded by cycle lanes and a traveller (settler) park. All the businesses and industrial premises could be closed so no nasty car or van drivers need to come to the area. For those new residents who don't have work to commute to by bicycle or train, there should be a local benefits office and one of the cheaper varieties of supermarket and a bargain sports wear store. Bob_The_Ferret

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