Uckfield Town Council has objected to plans for nine homes following demolition of a house in Regency Close, Uckfield.
Companies across the county will be able to access support to help boost business, thanks to new funding.
Wealden Council will be contacting voters by email, instead of post, this year to confirm whether changes are needed to the Electoral Roll.
Covid-19 deaths in Wealden have started to creep up again.
Thirty studio flats could be built off Bradfords Lane in Little Horsted as accommodation for staff working at East Sussex National Hotel.
New data shows the number of people who have died from Coronavirus in Uckfield and surrounding villages.
Uckfield Town Council is to consider whether it is able to open its seven play areas in light of the latest Government guidance on Covid-19 safety regulations.
Plans for a new village hall in Buxted have been shelved now that a charity promoting the project has been wound up.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points are to be installed at a number of Uckfield Town Council-owned sites.
Grants Hill Court retirement living scheme in Uckfield has won an innovation award at the national Housing Design Awards.
Developers paid more than £6m in ‘tax’ to help pay for infrastructure improvements across Wealden, including Uckfield.
Councillors made a decision this morning on plans for 205 homes to be built in East Hoathly.
Motorists in Uckfield are being warned of possible delays as work is set to begin on a roundabout to serve a new housing development.
Plans for 205 new homes to be built in open countryside at East Hoathly are recommended for approval by Wealden Council’s planning committee south which meets today.
Clearance work for the new Luxford Field play area has begun. Equipment and other structures are being broken up.
Coronavirus case numbers in Wealden have again risen in the last week.
Children could soon be enjoying the swings and roundabouts of Uckfield’s play areas again.
Some of the changes made by Wealden Council during the Coronavirus pandemic are here to stay, the organisation has indicated as it plans for recovery.
Uckfield Town Council is delaying the opening of play areas because of difficulties in implementing Covid-19 control measures.
Buses services in the Uckfield area are returning to something like normal from today (June 29) as the Covid-19 lockdown eases.