3 Significant Planning Approvals in the South Downs National Park

3 Significant Planning Approvals in the South Downs National Park

Major Mixed Use Development - Land at Southdowns Road, Lewes

The planning approval comprised the regeneration of 2182sqm of commercial (B1) floor space at the site to provide 23 new residential flats to the South Downs Road development site. 

The recent approval increases the previously approved consent of 79 residential flats to 102 units across the wider site. 

To read more about this project, please click here.


New Equestrian Workers Dwelling - Spearfield Stud, West Sussex

Planning permission has been granted for a new three bedroom, contemporary equestrian workers dwelling within the South Downs National Park.

To read more about this project, please click here


Replacement Dwelling - Bury Gate Farm

Collaborating successfully with Sandy Rendal Architects, ECE Planning are delighted to announce that approval has been achieved for a contemporary 450sqm replacement dwelling in the South Downs National Park following a ‘prolonged planning battle’.

Planning was achieved for a £1.2million scheme to replace the 1950s bungalow at Bury Gate Farm, near Pulborough, West Sussex. The new scheme is described as a ‘modern reinterpretation of a villa rather than a traditional farmhouse’ and work is expected to start on site in November this year. 

Read the Architects Journal article here.

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