Two courses of action are being considered by Wealden Council as three years of monitoring the Ashdown Forest shows the “poor condition’ of its ecology.
I read with some surprise your online report of Monday 15 May that waste and recycling collection standards in Wealden had declined.
Councillors who will guide and lead Uckfield Town Council in the next 12 months have been appointed.
Louise Eastwood was re-elected Uckfield Town Mayor last night (May 8) at the annual meeting of the town council.
Barby Dashwood-Morris, a former Wealden planning committee chairman, who was fined after causing ‘irreversible changes’ to a Grade 2 listed building is no longer a district councillor.
East Sussex County Councillors elected in the Uckfield area include:
A new version of SID – a speed indicator device – that used to be seen regularly in Uckfield could be brought to the town.
Blocked drains, pigeon droppings and the need for new play equipment on the Luxford Field were among topics raised at the annual meeting of Uckfield Town Council last night.
An appeal against refusal of planning permission to build 90 homes in Eastbourne Road, Uckfield, has been withdrawn.
Uckfield Town Council’s plans committee met last night (April 10) and agreed to support the following planning applications:
Uckfield Town Council now has a second youth member.
It’s all go at Noble Wines because the business, which will be open today and tomorrow as usual at 140 High Street, Uckfield, is to open in new premises on Monday.
Uckfield town clock is to be replaced – and as soon as possible.
Time is running out if you are not already registered with your local authority to vote, and you want to have your say in the May county council elections.
Update on Friday, March 17: Wealden District and East Sussex County Councils are to work together to look at ways of enforcing on-street parking in the district.
An idea to provide a safer route to and from Harlands Primary School for Fernley Park pupils will not go ahead, Uckfield Town Council has decided.
I was roundly ticked off some while back for suggesting Uckfield did not have a lot of history.
Street lighting in Olives Meadow, Uckfield, is to be improved and ‘adopted’ by East Sussex County Council.
Residents living near the Hughes Way play area in Uckfield have been surveyed on plans to upgrade the equipment.
Uckfield Farmers’ Market would benefit from a more central location, a strategic review by planners has concluded.