Wealden Council’s Local Plan appears to have hit problems even before its public examination by a planning inspector begins next week.
The first stage of the Examination in Public of Wealden’s Local Plan begins on Tuesday (May 21).
Plans have been submitted to build a pair of semi-detached homes on land in Buxted currently used to store gas bottles and as parking for employees and visitors to the George Rose shop on High Street.
Plans have been submitted to turn offices in Blackboys – once The Crown Inn – into six homes.
Trees behind shops in Uckfield High Street could be felled “so that the land can be developed in the future”.
Construction of new Uckfield College buildings could see temporary parking restrictions imposed on Downsview Crescent.
Plans to build four houses on a site along Snatts Road, Uckfield, have received a setback.
Changes planned for one of Uckfield’s most prominent and historic buildings – once the Maidens Head – will hinder any hopes for its return to its traditional use as an hotel, it was claimed this week.
Two more planning applications for an historic Uckfield building in New Town, named The Belfry, have run into opposition.
Fencing has gone up around land at Uckfield College as preparations are made for redevelopment of the site.
Plans have been submitted to demolish a sports pavilion at Hadlow Down and build a community hall incorporating a new pavilion next to the old footprint.
Planning permission is being sought to build a single house in the garden of The Belfry, a Grade II Listed Victorian property in New Town, Uckfield.
Plans have been submitted for a tyre recycling facility on the Squires Farm Industrial Estate at Palehouse Common.
Wealden Council has submitted its Local Plan to the Planning Inspectorate and expects it to be examined in public later this year.
A garage of a house which was only occupied for the first time last year in Hempstead Road may be converted.
Plans for Wealden District Council to add 214 new, affordable homes to its stock over the next four years have cleared a major hurdle.
Proposals to extend and upgrade a sports pavilion at Nutley have been submitted to Wealden Council.
Wealden Council has refused permission for wooden steps at Uckfield signal box to be replaced with a galvanised staircase.
Planning permission has been given for a residential care home at Hadlow Down to be extended and converted to form four domestic dwellings.
Plans for a new Uckfield College have won the conditional support of Uckfield town councillors.