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London Road Area Local Action Team

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Neighbourhoods : London Road Area Local Action Team


The LAT was formed in late 2008 after heart-felt public expressions of concern about the state of London Road

The LAT brings together traders and residents, ward Councillors, the neighbourhood policing team, council officers, and representatives of local residents’ and traders’ groups. Meetings are open to anyone living or working in the area.

The London Road LAT is in the St Peters and North Laine ward, and covers the northern end of the ward. The boundaries are; Ditchling Rise to the north, Ditchling Road and the Level to the east , St Peters Church to the south and the New England Quarter to the west.

Meetings are held at the Calvary Church on Viaduct Road (next to the firestation at Preston Circus) on – usually – the first Tuesday of each month (not August) at 6.30pm.

The LAT is chaired by local resident Philip Wells. He can be contacted by email philipwells@btinternet.com

Plans and Regeneration
Our area is changing. We wait years for a new development and then masses turn up at once!

It’s quite hard to keep track of all that is going on, and to get a picture on how each proposal will impact on our area, but at the LAT we try to make sure that residents are made aware of proposed developments, and aim to invite developers to attend a regular or special LAT meeting to explain their proposals.

Here are some of the significant projects which are in the pipeline. Follow the link below, or the drop down menu above for more information about them.

And here is a fairly comprehensive Council-produced summary.

London Road Area Local Action Team
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The LAT brings together traders and residents, ward Councillors, the neighbourhood policing team, council officers, and representatives of local residents’ and traders’ groups. Meetings are open to anyone living or working in the area.


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