Interested in facts and figures about Uckfield – how many people live in town, where do they work and what is the average weekly wage? You’ll find the answers in this Uckfield News story.
Consultation begins today on Wealden’s Proposed Local Plan which covers development in the district – including Uckfield – to 2028.
A four-bedroom chalet bungalow in Selby Gardens, Uckfield, could be demolished and two new homes built in its place.
A new plan has been submitted – after another was refused – to build on a piece of land next to 30 Sycamore Court, on the Manor Park Estate, Uckfield.
Wealden Council has applied to itself for retrospective planning permission to relocate a car park and access to the 70 acre Horsted Green Park, at Little Horsted.
Wealden Council has increased the number of homes to built in the district between 2013 and 2028 from 11,456 to 14,228 in the latest draft of its Local Plan.
A consultation event is due to take place today at Uckfield Community Technology College about plans for a major development to provide a new main school building.
Wealden District Council now has a senior officer to support development of its growing commercial strategy.
Redevelopment of Uckfield town centre remains a priority in a draft Wealden Local Plan which will be going out for consultation from August 13 to October 8.
The northbound lane of Lewes Road, Ridgewood, could be closed for six weeks from June 11, to July 20.
Plans to demolish a former medical centre at Temple Grove, Herons Ghyll, and build five new homes on its site and neighbouring land are recommended for approval by Wealden councillors.
The planned extension of Hartfield’s in to the next-door property in Uckfield High Street has been welcomed by members of Uckfield Town Council’s Plans Committee.
There are currently no viable options for redeveloping Uckfield Town Centre, according to a report which is due to go to a regeneration committee meeting on Wednesday.
Uckfield Bowls Club is planning to extend its existing clubhouse at Oaklea Way.
Wealden councillors are being recommended to approve a planning application to demolish Hadlow Down village hall and allow three homes to be built on the site.
Plans have been submitted to extend a Grade II listed home in Puddingcake Lane, Uckfield, and build a car turntable in its grounds.
Moves are being made within Wealden District Council to authorise the removal of unauthorised advertising hoardings and similar structures.
Multi-million pound funding to help support sustainable development in Wealden is a step closer to becoming a reality.
Plans to turn a former shop at the top of Uckfield High Street into offices for an animal welfarecharity cleared their first planning hurdle last night (December 18).
Revamping the Hughes Way play area in Uckfield is taking longer than expected.