The St Michael's development site in Uckfield where 14 homes are to be built. The latest plan is for a new access from High Street, New Town, to two of the houses.

New access planned on to High Street, New Town, Uckfield

Update:  The planning application for a new access on to High Street, New Town, Uckfield, was approved.

Our original story: A new access could be built on to High Street, New Town, Uckfield, to serve two houses planned as part of a development on the site of the former St Michael’s Convent.

A scheme has already been approved for 14 homes on the site but now an amendment has been submitted covering two houses fronting the road.

The new access would provide a car parking area and garages for both houses and a design and access statement says: “This approach has enabled the reduction in the levels of the houses and therefore integrate them into the street scene to a considerably more successful extent.

“The access arrangements have been agreed as part of pre-application discussions with the case officer at ESCC Highways.”

The houses are on plots four and five and are the largest approved for the site.

More details and illustrations can be seen on the Wealden Council website.

The main access to the development site will be from Old Timbers Lane. More here: Old Timbers Lane saga near end.

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