Crowborough ‘could’ grow by 20% depending on the need to protect the Forest

Next month Wealden District Council will ask you for your views on a new Local Plan which will determine future growth in the district...

Wealden Councillors criticise Governments proposed ‘Right to Buy’ scheme

Wealden’s Cabinet has raised concerns about the effect the Government’s proposed Right to Buy policy will have on social housing in the north of...

Goodbye 7km zone – Hello 15km

Following the recent Court of Appeal decision in relation to the protection of Ashdown Forest, Wealden District Council will now have to take into...

Steel Cross housing development gets the go-ahead

Update: Wealden District Council are seeking an order to overturn the Planning Inspector's decision.  It is the first step towards seeking a Judicial Review. Ann...

7km Ashdown Forest Protection Zone Scrapped

Following a Court of Appeal decision, Wealden District Council has been forced to drop its 7km protection zone, but developers must still prove plans...

Wealden District Council promises to listen to concerns from the ‘North’

Wealden District Council promises to consult with parishes and local organisations as part of the review of the Local Plan. At the meeting on 27th...
Crowobrough Housing Needs Survey Poster

Survey of housing needs in Crowborough

As part of the Neighbourhood Planning process, Crowborough Town Council will be sending a housing survey to a random sample of homes in the...
Strategic Sites in Crowborough earmarked for development in the Local Plan

Search for new land suitable for development in Wealden

Wealden District Council is currently looking at the availability of land for new development in Wealden.  As part of the national planning process all...

Appeal into 100 new houses at Steel Cross

Report on Day 1: Appeal into 103 new homes at Steel Cross in Crowborough began this morning with opening arguments. James Maurici QC, spoke for...
Strategic Sites in Crowborough earmarked for development in the Local Plan

Less than half the homes needed built in East Sussex in 2014

An analysis of new government figures published this morning by the National Housing Federation shows that just 2,553 homes were built in East Sussex...