A development of 49 houses on land at Ridgewood House in Lewes Road, Uckfield, “would not be significantly out of context with its existing environment”, according to Wealden Council.
Seven homes could be built in the grounds of Moorings, in Buxted High Street, if plans before Wealden Council are approved.
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.
Proposals for 56 more homes to be built in Ridgewood are before 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.
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 for up to 80 new homes to be built in Blackboys.
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 […]
Nutley villagers are upset by talk of building affordable housing and retirement properties on land gifted as a war memorial.
Uckfield Town Council has objected to plans to turn the former Methodist Chapel in Framfield Road, into three flats.
Developers drawing up plans for a solar farm and electric vehicle recharging forecourt in Uckfield are giving townspeople the chance to have their say on the idea.
Premises and land used until late last year by the Sussex Horse Rescue Trust in Uckfield is for sale with a guide price of up to £1,450,000.
Homes are an unsuitable use for properties in Olives Yard, off Uckfield High Street, the town council has said.
Building control officials visited a pair of dilapidated cottages on the outskirts of Uckfield after residents reported safety concerns.
A former doors and windows shop in Olives Yard, Uckfield, could be used as a complimentary therapy clinic.
Plans to revitalise a play area on the Ashdown Place development in Five Ash Down are before Wealden Council.
Plans to build a bungalow in a garden in Olives Yard, Uckfield, are before Wealden Council for the second time.
A “strong” objection to a plan to build a new house in the grounds of 52 Browns Lane, Uckfield, is being lodged by the town council.