Wealden councillors yesterday approved a reserved matters planning application for 119 new homes on the Harlands Estate, Uckfield.
Plans to turn the garden at Maltmead Cottage, in Olives Yard, Uckfield, into a small home have been refused.
Listed building consent has been given to make changes to cottages at the rear of an historic Uckfield High Street building.
Parking charges might have to be introduced at Uckfield Community Hospital if a new housing development proceeds at Harlands Farm Estate.
Plans have been submitted to turn premises formerly occupied by Carpetright on the Bellbrook Estate, Uckfield, into an automotive repair and MOT centre.
Framfield Parish Council has described a planning application for 88 new homes in the village as ‘hostile’.
Uckfield is one of only three towns in East Sussex selected to be part of a pressure group – the Rural Services Network (RSN – which aims to promote the interests of rural/market towns and their hinterlands.
Plans to install 18 solar PV panels on the roof of Cornerstone Church in New Town, Uckfield, have been submitted to Wealden Council.
Councillors are being recommended to approve plans for 119 new homes on the Harlands Estate, Uckfield.
Data showing the pressure being put on Uckfield GP surgeries and schools was revealed last night (September 30).
Ridgewood residents won the support of Uckfield Town Council plans committee last night (September 30) in their fight against proposals for 119 new homes off Mallard Drive.
Experimental traffic calming has been installed in Lewes Road, Ridgewood, Uckfield.
Plans have been submitted to replace a double-decker used as a home in Quicken Wood, Blackboys, with a timber mobile home.
A planning inspector has refused permission for eight homes to built on open land south of Buxted High Street.
The first part of the new Uckfield College has been put in place.
The first stage of the Examination in Public of Wealden’s Local Plan begins on Tuesday (May 21).
Plans to construct 119 homes on land north of Mallard Drive, Ridgewood, have run into a barrage of criticism and objections.
Plans have been submitted to build a pair of semi-detached homes on land in Buxted currently used to store gas bottles and as parking for employees and visitors to the George Rose shop on High Street.
Plans have been submitted to turn offices in Blackboys – once The Crown Inn – into six homes.
Construction of new Uckfield College buildings could see temporary parking restrictions imposed on Downsview Crescent.