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The Round Hill Society

Committee members 2016-2017
We currently have 10 committee members. We could do with another new member. The following Round Hill residents were elected at out AGM on 15th October, 2016: 


Chair
Annie Rimington

Secretary and Newsletter
Rob Stephenson

Treasurer
Barbara Harris


Community events including PlaySafe
Kate Rice

Environmental Issues 
Sandy Thomas

Environmental Issues
Jan Curry

Members without portfolio 

Ray Knight

Peter Meakins

Ted Power 

Miriam Stephens

 

* Environmental Issues cover things like clean-ups, refuse collection problems, noise / odour / fugitive particles (e.g. from Hollingdean Depot) as well as gardens, wildlife, open gardens events, & campaigns such as The Royal Horticultural Society's "It's your neighbourhood" and "Britain in Bloom".

When prompted by planning applications which raise concern among Round Hill residents, several of our committee members address planning issues more formally.

See the  GARDENS, COMMUNITY and PLANNING sections of this site.

The Minutes of Round Hill Society meetings

See the list of RHS MINUTES on our Committee Page

We started posting these online in May 2014

 

Information about The Round Hill Society
The Round Hill Society keeps residents in the area in touch with local news, events and each other. Every effort is made on this site and in the regular newsletter, the Round Hill Reporter, to present a fair and balanced view while aiming to accept any material from Round Hill residents.

The society was formed in 1999 and holds an annual AGM as well as organising local events such as street parties, open gardens and carol singing.

Read the constitution of the Round Hill Society

Read the Round Hill Conservation Area Character Statement - and see how the Council responded to feedback from RHS and individual residents (MS Word Doc: pages 13-18) in updating it.

What requires planning permissionWhat requires planning permission? - Catherine Jeater,
Conservation Officer in Brighton and Hove City Council's Development Control Department clears up confusion on The Round Hill Conservation Area's Article 4 Direction. ! Brighton and Hove City Council's Conservation Advisory Group - details of the local representatives on this Group and links to the web sites of the other Conservation Areas in our city.

Urban Characterisation Study - review and comment on the Council's 4-page PDF draft on the habits of Round Hill residents and the character of our neighbourhood.

AGMThe Round Hill Society's previous AGMs.

This page was last updated by Ted on 02-Dec-2016
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