An exciting development opportunity for 38 residential units comprising of 34 houses and 4 apartments subject to the grant of planning, on a site of over 6 Acres in a prime location.
Horam is a vibrant village in the Wealden District of East Sussex, situated three miles south of Heathfield and is in the parish of settlements including Vines Cross and Burlow. It lies in the Low Weald and is close to the southern boundary of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The village has good road links with the A267 linking Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne. It is also served by various routes of the Eastbourne Bus company.
The site lies to the east of the village of Horam on Horebeech Lane, adjacent to the famous Cuckoo Trail and is well served by existing vehicular pedestrian and cycle links. Located approximately 12 minutes walk from Horam High Street which provides local amenities including café, pub, post office, pharmacy, convenience store, garage, hairdressers, dentist, vet and a range of independent shops.
Wealden District Council have reported a 3.28 year housing land supply representing a deficit of some 2.529 dwellings. Source: addendum to the Five Year Housing Supply Land Statement 1st April 2020
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Ecology, Arboricultural Air quality, Highways and Landscape and Visual Impact reports and surveys
A further planning Application is due to be submitted in September 2021. Previous planning applications can be found under ref:WD/2020/2063/MAJ