New Planning Applications – UPDATED

7 January 2021

NOTICE OF NEW PLANNING APPLICATION(S)

AND UPDATES ON APPLICATIONS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED.

The Planning Applications below are to be considered by members of the Parish Council Planning Committee via email consultation. This email method for consultation is a temporary measure due to the Corona Virus outbreak. The parish council will advertise this notice on their website.

If any member of the public would like to comment on any of the new applications being considered, please email your comments by to clerk@buxted-pc.gov.uk and also to Wealden District Council by email: planning@wealden.gov.uk

 

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

 

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The minutes of the Planning Committee held on date 10th March 2020 be approved and will be retrospectively signed as a correct record by the Chairman when the parish council next have a public meeting.

 

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Planning Applications

 

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Application: WD/2020/0583/F

Location: The Chantry, Spotted Cow Lane, Buxted

Description: Two storey side extension to house and quadruple garage

Applicant: Mr T Henderson

Agent: Mr C Macve

Response required by: 26 January 2020

 

 

Application: WD/2020/2402/F

Location: Greystones Farm, Chillies Lane, High Hurstwood

Description: Conversion of an existing disused tennis court into a kitchen garden and swimming pool. Erection of pool house, garden store and greenhouse. Hard and soft landscaping to include a pergola, brick garden wall and fruit cages. An application for this work has already been submitted (application number WD/2020/1113/F) and approved on 14 august 2020. This application is for an alteration to that permission.

Response required by: 27 January 2020

 

Application: WD/2020/2684/F

Expiry date for response to WDC: 9 February 2021

Location: 46 MEAD LANE, BUXTED, TN22 4AS

Description: SINGLE STOREY CONSERVATORY TO THE REAR OF THE PROPERTY

 

 Responses submitted to WDC:

 

Application: WD/2020/2438/F

Location: SANDROCK COTTAGE, BUDLETTS LANE, COOPERS GREEN, UCKFIELD, TN22 3AE

Description: Proposed rear single storey extension

No objection – recommend approval

 

Application: WD/2020/2247/F

Location: LITTLE POTTERS, LIMES LANE, BUXTED, TN22 4PE

Description: Proposed replacement stable block plus feed/tack rooms and store

No objection – recommend approval

 

Application: WD/2020/1088/MAO

Location: LAND WEST OF FIVE ASH DOWN ROAD, COOPERS GREEN

Description: Outline planning application (all matters reserved except for means of access) for the development of land for up to 35 residential dwellings. Re consultation following submission of amended description, plans and reports received 24th November 2020.

Object – recommend REFUSAL Despite the slight reduction in dwellings and the highway amendments, the Parish Council reiterates its previous objections to this application reconfirming the unsuitability of this site for development; outside of any development boundary and having a significant impact on the highways and drainage together with the loss of habitat and individuality of the hamlet of Coopers Green eroding the green space corridor between the parish of Buxted and North Uckfield. Although the parish council strongly objects to this application, it has a responsibility to be mindful of what would be significantly important to existing and new residents should the application be approved. The parish council would seek full pedestrian crossings at the Coopers Green crossroads at all four crossings; improved pedestrian access to and from the new development and on into village; and WDC are urged to ensure they are aware and understand the complexities of the drainage issues at and around this site. These issues should be funded by the developer and not subsequently resolved by Buxted PC via CIL payments.

 

Applications determined by Wealden District Council

 

 

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