Planning

Planning is a subject close to the hearts of many of the Parish’s residents and the Parish Council spends a considerable amount of its time dealing with various aspects of planning law and regulation while representing the views of Wivelsfield’s residents.

We recognise that there will always be conflicting views when it comes to planning and we work very hard to represent the community as a whole wherever possible.

Latest Planning News


Letter to Lewes District Council Regarding the Cala Homes Development

27-Nov-2016

Following Cala Homes' felling of a number of trees on the north western perimeter of the site last week (w/c 14th November), in contravention of the consented plans, the Parish Council wrote to Lewes District Council to raise both this and a number of other concerns.

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Neighbourhood Plan Update

08-Feb-2016

Regulation 16 Public Consultation Wivelsfield Parish Council has submitted their Neighbourhood Plan and related documents to Lewes District Council under Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.  The Neighbourhood Plan, and other submission documents, are now available for a 6 week representation period (Regulation 16)

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Neighbourhood Plan Update

01-Feb-2016

Wivelsfield Parish Council has submitted the Wivelsfield Parish Neighbourhood Plan plus supporting documents to Lewes District Council.

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Greenhill Way Development

01-Oct-2013

The Greenhill Way planning application was refused permission for planning by Lewes District Council.  The application has now gone to appeal which will be considered at a hearing in December 2013.

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