Plans have been submitted to build a new lay-by on Uckfield by-pass which will replace an existing one when an access is built to the 1,000 home Ridgewood Farm development.
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.
Uckfield Bowls Club is planning to extend its existing clubhouse at Oaklea Way.
Plans have been submitted to extend Hurstwood View care home in Five Ash Down.
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.
Multi-million pound funding to help support sustainable development in Wealden is a step closer to becoming a reality.
Plans have been submitted to extend and refurbish the McDonald’s restaurant in Bell Lane, Uckfield.
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.
Monitoring is needed to control parking by St Philips’ Primary School parents using the Victoria Pleasure Ground car park to drop-off and collect pupils, Uckfield town councillors have said.
Ways of adapting West Park Pavilion in Uckfield to make the space inside more flexible and usable are being considered by Uckfield Town Council.
Charges imposed for planning applications cannot be doubled by Wealden District Council if the application is retrospective, Uckfield Town Council has been told.
Road names for the opening phase of the 1 000 homes Ridgewood Farm development are under consideration.
Plans to turn a former kitchen and bathrooms showroom in Uckfield High Street into homes has met with objections.
The former angling shop at the top of Uckfield High Street has been let and is to become a cafe, serving food such as all-day breakfasts.
Plans to provide day care for children disabilities on the ground floor of an historic Uckfield town centre property have been approved.
Uckfield Town Council has objected to the design of a new shop sign, proposed in a planning application for 41 High Street, saying it looks ‘garish’ in a conservation area.
A strong attack on people and businesses who make retrospective planning applications was made last night by a leading town councillor.