Uckfield and the rest of East Sussex has been placed in tier 2 when the new Covid-19 restrictions come into force at the end of the current lockdown next week.
Rising Wealden Covid-19 infections are now feeding through into more deaths from the Coronavirus.
High numbers of Covid-19 infections are being recorded across Uckfield and the Buxted area. The figure also continues to rise for the whole of Wealden.
Plans to demolish Charlwood Manor and replace with new homes are being opposed by the town council.
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Promoters of a new Uckfield “bar” won backing from Uckfield Town Council plans committee on Monday (November 16).
Uckfield Town Council’s finances are standing up to the chill economic winds caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Hub has been at the heart of providing help for people in Uckfield and the wider area for many years.
Renewed attempts will be made to curb Uckfield drivers who break speed limits on the town’s roads.
Hiring rooms at Uckfield Civic Centre, Foresters Hall and the Victoria and West Park pavilions will cost more from next April.
Wealden District Council is removing itself from any role in the running of Uckfield Leisure Centre.
Restrictions on part of the Luxford Field car park in Uckfield are being altered by Wealden District Council to discourage “unnecessary journeys” during the new lockdown.
Plans to build 30 studio flats off Bradfords Lane, Little Horsted, have been refused by Wealden Council.
Council run car parks in Wealden could have electric vehicle (EV) charging points.
Streatfeild House is to be demolished and the site used for new homes.
A 1.5 per cent increase in charges to hire recreation grounds, sports pitches and pavilions will be brought in from next April by Uckfield Town Council.
Covid-19 cases in Wealden have shot ahead in the last week having appeared to have plateaued towards the end of October.
Uckfield cemetery burials and ashes interment fees will rise from next April.
There have been no deaths in Wealden from Covid-19 for a fifth successive week.
Wealden now has the “highest weekly rate” of Covid-19 cases in East Sussex and the Uckfield area is a hotspot.