It has been a busy summer and there’s still more to come. Not only has there been the usual high level of planning applications in the area but we have had three planning appeals to contend with. Two are over and we have one yet to come. One yet to be heard is about the game bird breeding activity at Iford farm. This appeal will be heard on Wednesday, 23 September in Lewes. Click here for more information. Click any of the titles below for more information:
Update: The appeal for this application was allowed.
Update: This case is being appealed. Information from the Planning Inspectorate as of Mon 13th July 2015:
“The appeal for this case will be The Hearing is at 10.00hrs on Wednesday September 23rd.
The venue is The Council Chambers, Town Hall, High Street, Lewes. The venue will now be: The Stanley Turner Ground Kingston Road Lewes East Sussex BN7 3NB. You should be at the venue a few minutes prior to the Inspector opening the Hearing. The Inspector will probably ask if anyone other than the main parties wishes to address the Hearing, and that is when you should make yourself known. If you wish to read from any document, or submit any documents then you should take at least three identical copies with you, plus a copy for yourself.”
For background information see the original applications on the SDNPA web site.
This hearing will consider two appeals:
- APP/P1425/C/14/3001421 (relates to application No: SDNP/14/04465/FUL)
APP/P1425/W/15/3028967 (relates to enforcement action following the withdrawal of application No: SDNP/14/02853/FUL )Now withdrawn.
In 2014 a ‘retrospective’ planning application was submitted for:
“change of use of land from agricultural to mixed use of agriculture and game rearing and change of use of redundant agricultural buildings to ancillary storage for the game rearing business, associated landscape planting and retention of an existing brooder house”