1) Significantly reduce the amount of on-street / on-pavement parking throughout Hurst Green village.
1.1) Provide every household with at least one off-street car parking space within 300m of their home.
1.2) Provide a free-car park for users of the Village Hall and ensure that there is enough space for hall users to park.
1.3) Review the current provision for, and enforcement of disabled blue-badge parking throughout the parish.
2) To ensure that new development has adequate parking and servicing provision including car parking and cycle storage.
2.1) To introduce a local policy that requires at least 2, off street, parking spaces per new build property.
3) To support a reduction in the need to travel, encouraging walking, cycling and low carbon transport.
3.1) Provide cycle parking facilities at key locations throughout Hurst Green, including at the Village Hall, the Community Cafe/Shop and at any newly created green spaces.
3.2) Promote connections between areas of the village, without the need to use pathways adjoining the strategic road network (A21).
4. To reduce the harmful impact of through road traffic on the local community.
4.1) To support provision for a reduction in the amount of through traffic passing through the village a by-pass to meet development needs.
4.2) Introduce vehicle weight limits on all rural roads in the Parish – to avoid HGV’s or large vehicles using roads that are unsuitable for them.
5) To promote safety improvement solutions for the A21, A265 and the A229.
5.1) Work with Highways England (HE) and East Sussex Highways (ESH) to build a roundabout at Coopers Corner.
5.2) Work with HE and ESH to build a roundabout at the A21/Station Road junction.
5.3. Enhance street lighting within the village with sensitivity to preserving dark skies.
6) To promote and encourage infrastructure improvements to ensure the standard of services within the village are raised to meet increasing demand.
6.1) Seek to establish a Doctor’s surgery and pharmacy.
6.2) Seek to establish a Dentist’s surgery.
6.3) Seek a solution to redirect the excess spring water from flowing down the Bodiam Road.
6.4) Seek to provide a public car park for Holy Trinity church.
6.5) Seek a solution to the low water pressure often experienced in some parts of the parish.
7) Improve the pedestrian environment.
7.1) Ensure that all new developments are in accordance with paragraph 35 of the National Planning Policy Framework and provide safe access for all parishioners to local facilities and public transport links.
7.2) Provide safe and convenient paths for those pushing a pushchair, in a wheelchair, walking with a stick or frame, or using a mobility scooter.
8) Ensure that all financial contributions received by the Parish Council from developments (S106 and/or the Community Infrastructure Levy) are used on projects and initiatives that meet the identified needs of the immediate community.
9) To seek to provide locations and the installation of public-access defibrillators in openly accessible (unlocked) cabinets across the parish.