Proposals for 550 new homes at Downlands Farm, Uckfield, are before Wealden Council.
Three homes could be built on land behind Lynton in Five Ash Down if plans before Wealden Council are approved.
Ridgewood, Mallard Drive, Coopers Green, Eastbourne Road, Blackboys . . . all targets for new housing. And the list keeps growing.
Plans for a new village hall in Buxted have been shelved now that a charity promoting the project has been wound up.
Coopers Green and Five Ash Down residents are coming together to fight plans for 39 new houses and apartments – and space for 92 cars – in their community.
Developers paid more than £6m in ‘tax’ to help pay for infrastructure improvements across Wealden, including Uckfield.
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.
Walkers heading from Uckfield town centre to the new park at Little Horsted can view the latest earth-moving works on the Ridgewood Farm 1,000 homes development.
Plans have been submitted to demolish a house in Regency Close Uckfield and build nine homes on its half acre site.
Karen Bedwell has been elected a member of the plans committee of Uckfield Town Council.
Housebuilding land within Wealden is in short supply. That news will surely amaze the majority of people living in the Uckfield district.
Seven homes could be built in the grounds of Moorings, in Buxted High Street, if plans before Wealden Council are approved.
Plans have been submitted to turn the Rose and Crown pub at Fletching into a dwelling.
The years are being peeled away as former shop premises in New Town, Uckfield, are converted into flats.
Plans to turn courtyard shops at Trading Boundaries, Sheffield Park, into bed and breakfast units have been approved by Wealden Council.
Update on May 22, 2020: Uckfield Town Council has objected to plans for a new house in the garden of 6 Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, next to Lime Tree Avenue.
Thirty-nine new homes are planned for Coopers Green, on the outskirts of Uckfield.
Wealden Council is recommending approval of a planning application to build a new home on land next to 30 Sycamore Court, on Manor Park Estate, Uckfield.
Uckfield town councillors are opposing plans for 90 new homes in Eastbourne Road.
Plans have been submitted to demolish modern additions to the former Maidens Head – latterly the Smokehouse – in Uckfield and convert the premises into a mix of residential and commercial property. A statement with a planning application before Wealden Council says demolition of extensions would de-clutter the rear elevation, and the oldest part of […]