I was roundly ticked off some while back for suggesting Uckfield did not have a lot of history.
Uckfield Town Council’s plans committee met last night (April 10) and agreed to support the following planning applications:
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.
Views of Uckfield residents are being sought at an exhibition today of Taylor Wimpey plans for the first 250 homes of 1,000 to be built as part of the Ridgewood Farm development.
Plans have been submitted to use former offices in Uckfield as a low-cost gym which would be open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Uckfield Farmers’ Market would benefit from a more central location, a strategic review by planners has concluded.
Updated on Saturday, January 28: Plans to redevelop land in the heart of Uckfield have been put on hold due to lack of interest from major supermarkets and retailers.
A modern housing development in the heart of Uckfield could be extended.
Offices above Josefina in Uckfield High Street, and a salon next door in Grange Road, could be turned into three flats if a planning application before Wealden Council is approved.
A plan to turn offices at Quarry House in Mill Lane, Uckfield, into six flats has been withdrawn but a new plan has been submitted for four flats in the building.
Building new garden towns and villages across England to meet local housing needs, especially for first-time buyers is a laudable aim.
A new two-bedroom house on the Manor Park estate, Uckfield is set to be extended – even before it is built.
Plans have been submitted to turn the former Circe beauty clinic premises off Uckfield High Street into a flat and maisonette.
First new houses at Ridgewood Farm, Uckfield, are expected to be ready in the year 2018/19, according to Wealden District Council figures. Sites in Uckfield, Blackboys, Buxted, Framfield Halland, Hadlow Down, Isfield and Maresfield with consent for house building
Outline planning permission has been granted for land adjoining 22 Keld Drive, Uckfield.
Uckfield Town Council has submitted a retrospective planning application for a zip wire next to a new play area at Ridgewood.
Plans have been submitted to turn a building in Grange Road, Uckfield, formerly used by King’s Church into three flats.
Plans for more homes to be built at the former Grampian site at Five Ash Down have been approved by Wealden District Council planning committee north.
Wealden District Council has submitted plans for the district’s first crematorium.
East Hoathly residents are concerned about over-development as planning applications for more than 360 new homes in the village are submitted.