Feria Urbanism is helping East Hoathly with Halland Parish Council prepare a neighbourhood plan.

East Hoathly with Halland is a civil parish in the Wealden District of East Sussex. The two settlements are within 10 miles of the county town of Lewes and are steeped in heritage, with East Hoathly being the former home of diarist Thomas Turner and Halland the home of two former prime ministers. East Hoathly Bonfire Society puts on spectacular shows for the 5th November, and the parish is renowned for several unique archaeological and ecological habitats. The villages each have their bespoke issues and opportunities, while working together as one parish.


Our work involved the preparation of a village character assessment plan, the organising and running of two Visioning Events in January 2018, and a Two-Day Design Forum held in March 2018. These events have allowed a variety of different community groups to have their say on a range of planning and design issues.


The Feria Urbanism team is involved in other neighbourhood plans in a series of towns and villages including Loose, Hawkhurst, Lewes, Ticehurst, Paddock Wood, Staplehurst and Faversham. The team has also worked with a neighbourhood forum in Bristol. If you wish to know more about these other neighbourhood plan projects, please get in touch.


East Hoathly with Halland Neighbourhood Plan


Download final slideshow below


Part One [PDF 10.6 MB]

Part Two [PDF 9.9 MB]

Full Slideshow [PDF 20.2 MB]


Watch video presentation below

Download the PLACE drawings as PDF files below


East Hoathly [PDF 1.6 MB]

Halland [PDF 2.6 MB]

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