Uckfield Town Council gives its views on planning applications which include one in Snatts Road and another at Uckfield College. See what it says here.
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.
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.
A formal application for outline planning permission has been submitted to build 90 new homes off Eastbourne Road in Uckfield.
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.
Plans to revitalise a play area on the Ashdown Place development in Five Ash Down are before Wealden Council.
Part retrospective plans have been submitted to provide nine parking spaces in a parking area behind a property in Framfield Road, Uckfield.
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.
The lawfulness of giving planning permission for 119 new homes at Mallard Drive, Uckfield, has been challenged.
New proposals for seven homes to be built in Keld Drive, Uckfield, are slightly different from a previously approved planning application.
Planners should grasp the chance to create more jobs when they redraw the Wealden Local Plan, business leaders say.
Plans for four detached homes on land west of Ridgewood Manor Lodge in Uckfield have been amended to single, rather than two-storey buildings.
Wealden Council’s Local Plan has been thrown out by a planning inspector because it failed one of the requirements for legal compliance, that of the Duty to Co-operate.
Plans for nine homes to be built on a wide grass verge in Queenstock Lane, Buxted, have been approved by Wealden councillors.
Wealden Council is placing too great an emphasis on protecting the environment and needs to do more to build more houses, according to the council’s reading of a planning inspector’s report.
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.