Are you interested in helping local people to find a home that they can really afford in North Horsham? A group of Councillors and residents are working to form a Community Land Trust that enables homes to be owned by the community in perpetuity so that they can be rented by those who need afffordable homes the most, at a rent that is realistic to income.
The next meeting of the Community Land Trust working party is on 16th October 2019 at Roffey Millennium Hall, Crawley Road, Horsham RH12 4DT starting at 6pm. The group will be talking about what has been done so far and how to recruit more people to form a Community Land.
If you are interested and would like to get involved, please come along or phone the Parish Council Office on 01403 750786. There is more information on the website.
Congratulations to the Earles Meadow Conservation Group who were awarded Gold in the Conservation Area up to 10 acres class of the South and South East in Bloom competition last week.
North Horsham Parish Council owns and manages Earles Meadow Open Space with support from the Conservation group along with other open space in North Horsham parish.
Jean Griffin collecting the South and South East in Bloom Gold award on behalf of the Earles Meadow Conservation Group