After seeing a display in Horsham Library about the rather vague proposal to site a new fire station at Highwood, close to the A24, I decided to submit my views on this via the West Sussex County Council website.
With regards to recent reports in the West Sussex County Times re the current owners (West Sussex County Council) wanting to build a large number of houses after failing to implement their initial thoughts of a Science Park at the redundant Ciba Geigy /Novartis site in Parsonage Road, Horsham, I offer the following alternative as a possible idea.
As chairman of The British Polio Fellowship, representing 120,000 people with living with Post Polio Syndrome (PPS) in Britain, I read with interest moves afoot at Co-Op stores in the Channel Islands to offer people with hidden disabilities more support while they shop.
Football hero of West Sussex, Gareth Southgate of Crawley, encouraged his World Cup players to ‘write their own stories’ (‘Celebrating a footballing gent’, County Times sister paper, the West Sussex Gazette, July 11).
Britaniacrest’s [BCR] proposal and application to West Sussex County Council [WSCC] for an industrial scaled incinerator was rejected by the Planning Committee on 19 June by a two thirds majority and every credit must go to the people of Horsham who engaged in this fight.