Planning Agenda 12 February 2019


The Planning Applications below are to be considered by members of the Planning Committee on 12th February 2019 at

7.00 pm in Five Ash Down Village Hall.


The public have a right and are welcome to attend and at the discretion of the Chairman. Members of the public may speak or ask questions when invited by the Chairman prior to the formal opening of the meeting.



Apologies for Absence



Declaration of Members personal and prejudicial Interests in respect of items on this agenda



The minutes of the Planning Committee held on 8th January 2019 be approved and signed as a correct record by the Chairman.



Planning Applications



























Application No:  WD/2018/2636/F

Location: Land adjacent to Tanyard’s Farmhouse, Framfield Road, Buxted, TN22 4PP

Description: Demolition of existing buildings and structure and erection of single dwelling with detached garage, driveway and soft landscaping.

Applicant: Mr & Mrs Huxley

Agent: Parker Dann


Application No:  WD/2018/2716/F

Location: Klomona, Five Ash Down, TN22 3AP

Description: HIP to gable loft conversion, two storey side extension, porch and change of use of land to residential.

Applicant: Mr B Muddle

Agent: Mr B Muddle


Application No:  WD/2019/0053/F

Location: Hindover, Coopers Green, TN22 3AA.

Description: Removal of existing conservatory and replace with new, and front extension to garage with new raised garage roof.

Applicant: Mr & Mrs White

Agent: County Windows.


Planning applications considered by email consultation, due to the deadline set by Wealden District Council for the parish council’s response:


Application: WD/2018/2683/PO

Location: Lower Totease Farm, Franfield Road, Buxted, TN22 4LF.

Description: Discharge of section 106 agreement attached to planning permission WD/2002/0498/f (erection of implement store with associated hardstanding (part retrospective).

Response: Buxted Parish Council reached a majority vote to object to this planning application. There are concerns that this is outside of the village boundary and could set a precedent if this was to be used for new houses, which would be in breach of the policies relating to the Ashdown Forest. This land has bats and lots of wildlife, access could also be an issue as access is via a very narrow drive.



To discuss any planning applications received from Wealden District Council after the publication of the agenda that are available on the District Planning website.




Matters for information


None during this period.








Any other matters properly notified:


Announcements – a) Chairman of the Committee; b) Clerk to the Council

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