Mid Sussex Planning Applications: Here is the latest list of applications submitted across the region

DM/21/2024: Hammerpond Farm, Staplefield Road, Cuckfield. Partial conversion of an existing barn into an extension and additional use of the main house. New dormer windows to the main house’s south facing roof slope, extending to an existing dormer to the rear roof slope and replacement porch to the rear of the property.

DM/22/1999: St. Marks Primary School, Bruntridge Lane, Staplefield. Moisture proofing works in classrooms and offices.

DM/22/2108: Haywards Heath Football Club, Hanbury Park Stadium, Allen Road, Haywards Heath. Replacing existing flood lights with new LED floodlights to remain at the same height and position poles to comply with FA lighting guidelines. (Photo: Google Maps)

DM/22/2061: Old Mill Cottage, Cuckfield Road, Ansty. Locating a motorhome/caravan for occasional purposes/attached to the main dwelling, for the use of a family member, in scraping the existing dwelling.

DM/22/2089: St. Marks’ Church, Brantridge Lane, Staplefield. Construction of a one-story extension to the Nave on the rear north side to provide new restroom facilities, and storage space.

DM/22/2090: St. Marks’ Church, Bruntridge Lane, Staplefield. Construction of a one-story extension to the Nave on the rear north side to provide new restroom facilities, and storage space.

DM/22/2092: Lodge Farmhouse, Copyhold Lane, Cuckfield. The ground floor extends one storey to the back, with a flat roof and ceiling light. And a new toilet in the entrance area/boot room.

DM/22/2093: Lodge Farmhouse, Copyhold Lane, Cuckfield. The ground floor extends one storey to the back, with a flat roof and ceiling light. And a new toilet in the entrance area/boot room.

DM/22/2134: Beacon Hall, Slough Green Lane, Warninglid. Replacing the existing conservatory.

DM/22/1680: The Gardeners Arms, Sellsfield Rd. Construction of a guest apartment building with parking, infrastructure and landscaping works.

DM/22/1774: Havelock Farm, Wakehurst Place, Sellsfield Road. Demolition of existing farm buildings (while retaining buildings of heritage value), formerly known as Havelock Farm, and development of a new conservation and research nursery consisting of four greenhouses of varying sizes, multiple tunnels, shaded structures, a prominent precinct, a mechanical-built factory and associated Hard and soft landscaping works.

DM/22/2106: 36 Maypole Street. Proposed loft conversion with rear dormer window.

DM/22/2110: Little Colliers Cottage, Mill Lane. Interior alterations, removal of flat roof cantilever and modern conservatory, replacement with slanted dormer windows and two-story rear extension, garage replacement and exterior construction conversion.

DM/22/2111: Little Colliers Cottage, Mill Lane. Interior alterations, removal of flat roof cantilever and modern conservatory, replacement with slanted dormer windows and two-story rear extension, garage replacement and exterior construction conversion.

DM/22/0256: Crosstrees, Lodge Lane. Construction of an outdoor swimming pool and associated separate outbuilding within the back garden. (Revised plans received 05/07).

DM/22/1967: The Mercantile Adventurers, Nicosia House, 40 Cyprus Road. It is suggested to install the canopy in the front of the shop to make a cover for the sitting area in the front porch for customer use.

DM/22/2085: 6 Woodleigh Road. One-storey back extension.

DM/22/2113: 180 Chanctonbury Rd. Converting the garage into a habitable space and a one-story sideboard that replaces the garden shed with a partial rear extension.

DM/22/2167: Burgess Hill School for Girls, Keymer Rd. T1 horse chestnut – cut the stem and grind it. T2 Common Lime – The crown raises and cuts off the adjacent property at No. 9 by 3 m.

DM/22/1733: The Linney, Horsgate Lane. Replace your existing garden shed with a new, slightly larger shed.

DM/22/2104: Doyle House, 1 Charles Peel Place. Partial retroactive approval for the erection of a retaining wall as well as backyard landscaping including level change, stiffening installation, raised planters installation, new fencing/handrails at the top of retaining wall, pagoda erection and additional screening of the eastern boundary.

DM/22/2123: Courtmead House, Courtmead Road. T1- Sycamore- Remove major dead wood (>50 mm diameter). T2- violet plum – cut from the northwest corner of the house to give a clearance of 1.5 m. T3- Lawson cypress – wind, height reduction 4.5 meters.

DM/22/1884: The Crown, 35 High Street. Change the exterior signage of the building.

DM/22/2087: 9 Morton Rd. demolition of existing housing; Residence of four pairs of semi-detached dwellings with parking, modifications to existing access and provision of landscaping.

DM/22/2097: The Grange, Furze Lane. A change to Condition 2 relating to Planning Application DM/21/0069 to allow for proposed changes to approved drawings included in the case.

DM/22/2103: The Crown, 35 High Street. Change the exterior signage of the building.

DM/22/2114:2 Byron Grove. One part, part two storey front and side extension. Adjustments to existing vehicle access to provide an extended drive.

DM/22/2088: 62 Oak Tree Drive. Roof conversion with full width rear dormer window.

DM/22/2164: Electrical Substation, Manor Street. T1 oak – lowering the crown by about 2-3 meters.

DM/22/1338: 72 Sydney Street. Extension of the first floor above the side pedestal on the ground floor. Revised plans received 06.07.2022 to show the sloping roofline on the extension.

DM/22/1639: Bolnore Village Elementary School, Updown Hill. Creation of a lighted multi-use play area, accessible via existing access points and parking via the car park located south of the site.

DM/22/1997: 3 farmhouses, Parkfield Way. Replace the orange with a new orange on the same imprint. One floor back extension. Velux ceiling lights. Bi-fold doors and Oriel window seat in the back.

DM/22/2032: 65 Sunnywood Drive. Proposal to replace ground and first floor ceilings with plasterboard and (on the first floor) add a layer of Celotex insulation between the ceiling joists. Due to existing ceilings posing a fire hazard.

DM/22/2086: Braydells, Hurstwood Lane. Change Condition 14 (Approved Plans) from Planning Permission Reference DM/19/3121.

DM/22/2091: Land south of 9 Hardham is close on the edge. Suggested installation for 5G communications: H3G street pole and auxiliary equipment cabinets.

DM/22/2108: Haywards Heath Football Club, Hanbury Park Stadium, Allen Road. Replacing existing flood lights with new LED floodlights to remain at the same height and position poles to comply with FA lighting guidelines.

DM/22/2118: Woodlands, 19 The Droveway. T1- oak – reduce the longer branches next to the house by 1-2 m, as the growth is very close, T2- oak – remove the lower end because it is too close to the ground, T3- oak – reduce the branches extending into the house by 2 m as it grows sharply Too close.

DM/22/2122: Hayworth House, Market Place. T1 sycamore. Decrease the canopy by 3 meters in height and 2 meters in spread. T2 yew. Decrease by 2 m in height and reduce the remaining sides (intermittent growth) by 1-2 m.

DM/22/2127:2 Ash Grove. Front porch installation.

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DM/22/2131: Little Park Farm, Marchants Close, Hurstpierpoint. Cond 2 contrast relative to DM/22/0204.

DM/22/2081: 60 Newton Road. Build a two-storey side extension to match the existing house.

DM/22/2133: 65 High Street. Demolition of existing Bakehouse and detached garage buildings. Construction of a new detached building to form a retail store building (site remaining under use category E), along with associated hard and soft landscaping works, to include 2No. Groups of gates, including one pair across the existing common lane.

DM/22/1664: Nether Walstead, East Mascalls Lane, Lindfield. Retroactive application for replacement windows.

DM/22/2079: Lychgate Cottage, Church Road, Scaynes Hill. Construction of a one-story outbuilding.

DM/22/2080: Lychgate Cottage, Church Road, Scaynes Hill. Residence 4 x one-story residential expansions, 1 x two-story residential extension and a hallway.

DM/22/2078: Abbey Church, Worth Abbey, Paddockhurst Rd. Church roof renovation which includes new insulated roof coverings, modification linked to the parapet and two windows, and installation of solar photovoltaic panels. (This development received an ecclesiastical exemption from the Building Approval List, Historic Catholic Churches Reference # Southern Resolution 1305 dated 3/18/2022).

DM/22/2125: Worth School, Paddockhurst Road. Replacement of existing stone windows and installation of large panes of glass on the north and south elevations on the second floor of the main teaching building. Replace skylights. Installation of ventilation hoods within the roof of the main educational building, the entrance gate and the front door of the Butler House.

DM/22/1492: Laburnum Cottage, Selsfield Road. Interior and exterior changes to the existing kitchen extension to replace front door oak, clad concrete with wood paneling, replace single glazed windows with hardwood double glazed windows and install internal staircase to lower storage room, which will be converted into bathroom/utility area/room with double glazed window Solid wood and remove existing toilet.

DM/22/2107: Priory Cottage, 7 Hilltop Road. Suggested modifications to the roof to extend existing dormer windows and add new dormer windows.

DM/22/2119: 1A Hoathly Hill. Change Planning Requirement #7 related to Planning Application DM/21/2237, to revise the disbursement drawings to conform to the comments received by the disbursement officer.

DM/22/1479: 15 Beech Gardens, Crowley Down. Front dormer window extension.

DM/22/2095: Foss Holdings, Rowfant Station Yard, Wallage Lane, Rowfant. Grant CLEUD, in order to regulate the use of the site as a storage and distribution site with no restrictions on operating hours for vehicles and machinery.

DM/22/2105:9 Gores Close, Copthorne. Remove the existing balcony and create a new hallway.

DM/22/2109:43 Lachmere, Copthorne. Suggested extension to a single storey garage with internal alterations on the ground floor.

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