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Plans to demolish Charlwood Manor and replace with new homes are being opposed by the town council.
Downlands Farm, along with other shrinking locations, provides essential environmental services for the 15,000 or so residents of Uckfield, and the world at large.
Commercial agent Chris Lawson, a partner in Lawson Commercial, supports the principle of development on Downlands Farm, Uckfield, at a time when others are fighting to protect the land.
Plans to build 30 studio flats off Bradfords Lane, Little Horsted, have been refused by Wealden Council.
Staverton Nursery has applied for planning permission to build a polytunnel for the storage and sale of compost and bulk materials.
Downlands Farm, Ridgewood, Mallard Drive, Coopers Green, Ringles Cross, Eastbourne Road, Blackboys, Buxted … all targets for new housing. And the list keeps growing.
An appeal has been submitted against refusal of planning permission for a new house to be built in the grounds of 52 Browns Lane, Uckfield.
A retrospective planning application has been submitted for sheds and shelters on a field off the A26 road at Herons Ghyll.
The new play area at Luxford Field in Uckfield is due to open soon, according to a banner on fencing.
The Government has changed the law to grant itself emergency planning permission to build lorry parks in 29 council areas including East Sussex.
Town councillors have opposed an application for listed building consent to convert a former Uckfield hotel into three homes and two commercial units.
Maresfield Parish Council has expressed shock and disappointment over a planning decision allowing 25 new homes, and a ‘community hall’, to be built at Straight Half Mile.
Plans have been submitted for a solar electric forecourt on Uckfield by-pass along with solar farm, WCs, coffee shop, retail, seating area, meeting rooms/workspace and a display area.
Uckfield Town Council has objected to plans for nine homes following demolition of a house in Regency Close, Uckfield.
Three homes could be built on land behind Lynton in Five Ash Down if plans before Wealden Council are approved.
Uckfield car parks, farms near Budletts Common, land around the Ashdown Business Park, and off Uckfield by-pass, are to be assessed for development potential.
Plans for a new village hall in Buxted have been shelved now that a charity promoting the project has been wound up.
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.