A planning application has been submitted to Wealden District Council to build 31 flats and houses on a field behind London Road in Crowborough.
An independent Planning Inspector has told Wealden District Council they have failed in their legal duty. The Council have been advised to withdraw the Plan and start over again.
Wealden District Council are required to carry-out an assessment of land within their district or borough suitable for future development. The process is called the Strategic Housing and Employment Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA), and it is a requirement of national planning policy.
A pair of controversial proposals for housing in Crowborough have been given the go ahead by Wealden planners.
An application to build a 119 dwellings on land adjacent to Goldsmiths Recreation Ground in Crowborough will be considered by councillors on the planning committee next week.
At last week's planning committee the application for up to 119 homes in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) adjacent to Goldsmiths Rec was refused.
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A request to extend the 30 miles limit along the A26 Eridge Road past Goldsmiths has been dismissed by the East Sussex Highways.
Update: A planning application for a housing development between the Rugby Club and Palegate Lane was granted this morning (Thursday 17th January). The scheme is...
A planning application has been submitted to convert the former Bugatti's Nightclub in Crowborough into apartments. If given the go-ahead by the planning authority, the building above...