Tag Archives: housing pressure

Craven Vale [Jane's plot]

 

The third in a series of short films about Craven Vale Allotment Site, on the eastern edge of Brighton, UK.
The site has been identified as potential development land for housing, in the Urban Fringe Assessment for Brighton’s City Plan.
Brighton council have been required by central government to undertake an extended consultation process, during which we will continue filming.
These films will capture peoples’ stories of growing, and the value they attach to green spaces on the urban fringe.

Craven Vale (the Carers Plot)

 

The second in a series of short films about Craven Vale Allotment Site on the eastern edge of Brighton, UK.
The films address the stewardship of green spaces, set against tensions surrounding housing needs in the broader political context of the Urban Fringe Assessment for Brighton’s City Plan.

City plans are part of the government’s national planning framework; ostensibly about local control the framework effectively gives central government more power over local planning decisions.

 

Craven Vale

 

The first in a series of short films about Craven Vale Allotment Site, on the eastern edge of Brighton, UK. These films will capture peoples’ stories of growing, and the value they attach to green spaces on the urban fringe.
The site has been identified as potential development land for housing, in the Urban Fringe Assessment for Brighton’s City Plan. There will now be an extended consultation process during which we will continue filming.

City plans are part of the government’s national planning framework; ostensibly about local control, the framework effectively gives central government more power over local planning decisions.