Two more plots on the Ashdown Business Park, near Uckfield, are under offer, according to commercial agents Lawson Commercial.
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.
Charges imposed for planning applications cannot be doubled by Wealden District Council if the application is retrospective, Uckfield Town Council has been told.
Plans have been submitted to turn Crockstead Farm Hotel, just outside Uckfield, into a care home.
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.
Plans to provide day care for children disabilities on the ground floor of an historic Uckfield town centre property have been approved.
Traffic is causing high levels of chemical pollution on the Ashdown Forest.
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.
Plans have been submitted to build eight new homes in Buxted on about one-and-a-half acres of land behind Moorings in High Street.
Pressure continues for public lavatories to be part of the final stage of Uckfield town centre improvements.
Plans have been submitted to turn the former Cannadines kitchen and bathroom showroom in New Town, Uckfield, to four flats.
Plans have been approved to turn a building in Grange Road, Uckfield, formerly used by King’s Church, into three flats.
Detailed plans for 250 houses at Ridgewood Farm, Uckfield, came under fire last night (July 24) at a meeting of the town council’s plans committee.
A new 12.5m mobile phone mast planned for the junction of Browns Lane and London Road, Uckfield, will be something of an eyesore.
High Hurstwood villagers cheered last night when a parish council planning committee promised to support them in their fight against proposals for a mobile phone mast in the village.
Plans to convert a former printworks in New Town, Uckfield, have not met with approval from the planning authority.
A nursery and community building could be provided in Maresfield if plans for 25 new homes in the village are approved.