Welcome to the Lindfield Parish Council website
|| is a flourishing, active, modern community, famed for its rich historic
and architectural heritage. The ancient High Street, lined with lime
trees, has many individual shops which are well worth exploring. It is
regarded as one of the finest High Streets in Sussex with over forty
medieval and post medieval timber-framed houses.
Our aim for this website is to provide easy access to information about the Parish Council with some background about the history of Lindfield and the features that make our village so special. We are also developing a community page where you will be able to find details of forthcoming events, information about village organisations and a directory of businesses.
To find out what is happening in the Parish Council please use the navigation buttons on the left of the home page.
We hope you will enjoy exploring our website and find what you are looking for. If you don't please tell us - the site is here to help you.
With our kind regards
The Members and Staff of Lindfield Parish Council
Lindfield Parish Council
The Clock Tower House
Lindfield Enterprise Park
Tel: 01444 484115
Fax: 01444 484918
Map of Location
Tuesdays: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Thursdays: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Fridays: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Open at other times by appointment
Clerk: Christine Irwin
Deputy Clerk: Iain McLean
Responsible Financial Officer: Tracy Ely
LINDFIELD TRAFFIC STUDY/SURVEY: Please find HERE the traffic consultant's interim report. If you have any comments or suggestions to make please email them to email@example.com
TRAFFIC SURVEY/STUDY UPDATE
Please click HERE to view the latest on the above.
LINDFIELD AND LINDFIELD RURAL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
Please see below, for the declaration of the result of the referendum Poll held on 28th January 2016. The Parish Council would like to thank everyone who turned out and voted on the day. Having been passed at the referendum, the Plan now falls to be formally "made" by Mid Sussex District Council, and so will be a planning document that MSDC must by law, take into account in deciding planning applications submitted within the area of the two Parishes. It should therefore carry a significant amount of weight in the planning process.