Speed surveys have been proposed for key routes into and out of Uckfield in a bid to get limits reduced and safety measures put in place.
Uckfield Town Council has a new member.
A major clean-up is being organised within Wealden over three days in March.
East Sussex County Council yesterday (February 7) agreed a near five per cent increase in its portion of the council tax.
Traffic hot-spots on routes around Uckfield may get minor improvements in a final stage of improvement works.
Uckfield Rugby Club is to receive a grant of £9,000 towards pitch drainage. Other organisations are to receive grants too.
Updated on Saturday, January 28: Plans to redevelop land in the heart of Uckfield have been put on hold due to lack of interest from major supermarkets and retailers.
A modern housing development in the heart of Uckfield could be extended.
Options for car parking in Uckfield and the wider Wealden area are due to be discussed next month.
Bollards are to be installed to prevent parking on Uckfield High Street pavements, members of the town centre regeneration joint committee were told yesterday afternoon.
A plan to turn offices at Quarry House in Mill Lane, Uckfield, into six flats has been withdrawn but a new plan has been submitted for four flats in the building.
Vandalism of a defibrillator at an Uckfield sports pavilion was a “despicable” act.
Is Uckfield’s future being left to chance now town centre redevelopment plans have been mothballed, asks a man who helped launch discussions on the future of the town back in 2005.
More than a fifth of four to five-year-old children in East Sussex, and almost a third of ten to eleven- year-olds are overweight or obese.
Nick Johnston has contacted Uckfield News following our story last week about plans to improve CCTV in Uckfield and comments he made during a public consultation.
East Sussex councillors will next week consider proposals to increase the county’s portion of council tax by more than £60 for the average Band D home.
Work is expected to begin this year on improvements to Uckfield bus station – the third stage of a series of improvements to the town centre.
East Sussex County Council is talking to a partner organisation about the possibility of them taking over the running of the Youth Centre in Downsview Crescent, Uckfield.
Double-height red bricks removed from Uckfield High Street during the improvement works have become a “bit of an eyesore”, a town councillor said this week.
Money has been set aside for the new financial year by Uckfield Town Council to upgrade the Hughes Way play area and improve a number of facilities around the town.