Combe Valley Countryside Park was first mooted in 1993 as part of the North Bexhill Strategic Framework. It was developed as an idea from the 'strategic gap' planning policies so as to provide a green space between Hastings and Bexhill.
In 2003, Pebsham Countryside Park Project Steering Group was set up to mastermind the restoration of the landfill areas and to manage the countryside between the towns. The Steering Group was formed of representatives from the three Councils, Rother, Hastings and East Sussex.
In 2005, the Steering Group were able to undertake a major public consultation, prepared a development strategy and carried out works to footpaths and signage using funding from a S106 Planning Obligation from Southern Water and the European INTERREG 111 'Access for All' project.
In 2008 Pebsham Countryside Park Project Management Board was formed comprising representatives from Hastings Borough Council, Rother District Council, East Sussex County Council, Crowhurst Parish Council and Sussex Wildlife Trust.
In 2012 Pebsham Countryside Park was renamed Combe Valley Countryside Park.
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