This community website provides details of news and events within Chailey and information on a wide range of topics including clubs and societies, local history, local council services, consultations, outdoor recreation and tourist attractions within and near to the parish of Chailey.
Learn about Chailey's history, including Chailey in the Great War, Chailey Airfield in WWII, Chailey Heritage and the conservation areas of St George's and Chailey Green with St Peter's 13th Century Church.
CHAILEY HOUSING NEEDS SURVEY - thanks to all residents of Chailey who helped us to assess housing needs in the Parish by completing and returning the recent housing needs survey. This will assist your Parish Council in the development of the Neighbourhood Plan and help ensure that it does indeed meet the needs of the Parish.
Read about our Neighbourhood Plan - Find out the results of our "Shaping Chailey" survey here and reflect on our draft Vision for Chailey set out below. Want to contribute directly to the debate on future housing and how best to protect our local environment? Find out how here! And to comment on our Draft Objectives, go here!
Planning applications are considered by the Parish Council at regular Planning and Environs (P&E) Meetings. Click here for a list of meeting Agendas, which are usually published a week ahead of the meeting.
Throughout this site, links are provided to various external websites administered by third parties, but this should not be construed as an endorsement of the content. Chailey Parish Council disclaims all responsibility and accepts no liability for the content of such external sites.
How to Contribute - If you have any interesting pictures or suggestions for improvements to the site, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the Website Administrator.
"The Parish Council’s Vision for the future of Chailey is that it will retain its quiet, rural character throughout the period up to 2030. Future house building, which should be undertaken only to satisfy demonstrable village housing needs, must conform to this rural character and therefore comprise only small developments in keeping with their surroundings and close to supporting infrastructure. The built and natural heritage of the Parish will be retained and protected. The most highly valued countryside areas in the Parish will be recognised and conserved. Job opportunities within the village will be actively encouraged to provide improved prospects for local people. Throughout the period of the Plan, the sense of community spirit and cohesion will be fostered and increased."