February 2011 edition
The Chichester Rural Housing Partnership is pleased to bring you the second edition of its newsletter.
We are now in our third year and are working with more communities than ever.
We have lots of exciting new projects that we are working on and this edition will give you an update on our progress.
This edition brings you:
- news of the completion of the partnership's first exception site, at Portal Close, West Ashling;
- information on the exciting new homes that will be built; and,
- a summary of the changes that have been proposed in the government's Decentralisation and Localism Bill.
We also bring you information on the partnership's work in improving rural transport and the district's first community landshare.
We hope that you find this interesting. If you would like any further information on any of the articles, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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