Catsfield Village Parish Council


Catsfield is a village and civil parish in the Rother District of East Sussex, England. It is located six miles (9.7 km) north of Bexhill, and three miles (5 km) southwest of Battle. The village was first documented in the Domesday Book of 1086 where it was recorded "there is a little church serving the hall".

It is one of the oldest settlements in the area, with Romano British period archaeological remains. At a local level, Catsfield is governed by a parish council which is responsible for street lighting and recreational areas. They provide a local voice to the district and county councils. The parish council consists of seven councilors

Normanhurst Estate

The Parish Council will be meeting on Wednesday 9th November 2022 in the Village Hall. One of the agenda items to be heard at 7pm is the proposed development of the Normanhurst Estate. The proposals for this development will have been open to the public on the Normanhurst website and by ....

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Parish Assembly 2022

Annual Report from County Cllr Kathryn Field  Once again I shall begin with the money. The County Council’s portion of this year’s Council Tax will rise by 4.49%. This is made up of 1.99% of “normal” tax rise plus an extra 1.5% for Adult Social Care from last year and 1% ....

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The Brooks Field Development

On March 13, 2023, The Rother District Council refused the planning application for the proposed 28 new dwellings on Church Road. The main reasons were: The site is at risk of ground water flooding The scheme has not demonstrated that it has fully assessed the landscape impacts of developing the site area, including ....

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