Work is expected to begin this year on construction of a Solar Electric Forecourt and solar farm on the outskirts of Uckfield.
Councillors have refused the latest in a line of planning applications for homes to be built off South Street, East Hoathly.
Development of 46 homes on land at Ridgewood House, off Lewes Road, is being opposed by Uckfield Town Council.
Council tax will rise by more than three per cent for people in Uckfield and across Wealden.
Villagers are objecting to a proposal to discharge a planning commitment which prevents the fragmentation of the Hesmonds Stud landholding in East Hoathly.
Wealden councillors are being recommended to approve a solar electric forecourt and solar farm off Uckfield by-pass.
Plastic coating is peeling off benches installed in Uckfield High Street as part of the High Street improvement scheme in 2016.
Uckfield Carnival due on the first Saturday of September may not go ahead in its traditional form for the second year running.
Uckfield councillors are being asked to consider what additional infrastructure is needed in the town to support future population growth.
Grants totalling more than £23,000 were provisionally allocated to Uckfield area organisations by the town council on Monday (February 15).
Covid-19 infections, hospital admissions and deaths are all going in the right direction.
The cause of flooding in Spring Meadow, off Hempstead Road, Uckfield, after heavy rainfall has been established.
Plans for a festival in woodland on the outskirts of Uckfield would put public safety at risk, the town council says.
East Sussex County councillors have approved a council tax rise of nearly 3.5% giving them a budget of £417 million for services in 2021/22.
Wealden Council and waste collection contractor, Biffa, have apologised for inconvenience that may be caused by disruption to waste collections because of icy conditions.
A full planning application for 46 homes on land at Ridgewood House, in Lewes Road, Uckfield, has been submitted to Wealden Council.
Plans are being made to turn a basement, barns and outbuildings at Hendall Manor Farm, Herons Ghyll, into accommodation for the owners, visitors and guests.
Changes to how planning applications are notified is failing, Uckfield town councillors believe.
Captain Sir Tom Moore is being remembered today (February 3) in Uckfield.
An Uckfield construction company has lost an appeal against a surcharge of £2,500 – plus interest – from Wealden Council for starting work on a development without notifying them.