More information about the neighbourhood planning process can be found on our Neighbourhood Plans page.

How do referendums work?

  1. A town or parish council makes a draft neighbourhood plan
  2. The plan is then sent to an independent examiner for approval
  3. All approved plans are then voted on in a local referendum
  4. Passed plans become a part of the wider Mid Sussex District Council neighbourhood plan. This is used when deciding planning applications in local areas

Current referendums

None at this time.

Campaign groups

Please email us the names of your group’s chair and vice-chair: elections@midsussex.gov.uk

Please read Guidance for elected members of the district council, town and parish councils for more information.

Contact us

Tel: 01444-477003
Email: elections@midsussex.gov.uk

Last updated: 15 March 2018