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19 November 2015
Dr Shaun Kilminster showing how close the house next door has been built to his boundary fence
A Fernhurst villager has accused Chichester District Council of 'arrogance and incompetence' after he claims his pleas for action over a breach of planning permission were ignored.
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April 1993
The Midhurst Observer reported that oil was spilling from the rear of the Fernhurst Fuels depot through the drains into the public car park. Fears of any pollution threat were denied by Fernhurst Fuels' General Manager.
February 2015
Parish Council
Residential Development - Former site of Fernhurst Fuels, 10 Midhurst Road, Fernhurst - that upon recommendation by Fernhurst Parish Council, the new road will be named 'Tudor Gardens' in memory of local author, Alice M Tudor.
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November 2015
Planning Committee
SDNP/15/02781/CND - Fuel Care 10 Midhurst Road Road Fernhurst Midhurst West Sussex GU27 3EE
Application for the variation of condition 2 of SDNP/13/05945/FUL to accommodate the minor change in the siting of plot 1 relative to southern boundary together with a minor increase in the width of plots 1 and 4.
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Supporting document
April 2016
Parish Council
APPENDIX B - Fuel Care 10 Midhurst Road Road Fernhurst Midhurst West Sussex GU27 3EE
The Clerk to contact the EHO regarding the flooding at the back of the old fuel care site.
APPENDIX B of report


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