North Horsham Parish Council has appointed a top barrister to help fight plans for 2,500 homes north of the town.
Meanwhile, hundreds of residents vowed not to stop fighting the plans at a protest on Saturday.
In other Horsham stories in today’s West Sussex County Times, Millais School’s head teacher reacts to an Ofsted report that labelled the secondary school ‘Outstanding’ less than three months after a blaze ripped through the building.
Angry Broadbridge Heath residents are in battle with housing provider Saxon Weald over parking changes, a bride’s unique £6000 engagement ring was stolen on her wedding day in Wisborough Green, and statistics reveal the number of cases of arson in the Horsham district has dropped.
In the South Downs edition, a World War Two veteran remembers fighting at D-Day, a gliding club is ‘sickened’ by a break-in that cost £50,000 in damage and theft, and world leading manufacturing company Tesla has moved to a larger site in Storrington.
This week’s special report looks at the exhibition hosted by Horsham District Council in Swan Walk last week, which gave residents the opportunity to find out more about the plans for the North Horsham development.
Also in this week’s edition is a guide to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, which kicks off today.
In sport, Horsham district sides have started the cricket season in superb form, with Roffey, Horsham, Steyning, Slinfold, Henfield and Wisborough Green all flying. Also included in our sports round-up is baseball, rugby, canoeing - and find out how Scotland won the World Cup!
Don’t forget our 24-page WOW supplement and a whopping 12 pages of readers’ news, as well as or regular letters, business and politics pages.