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Proposal:
DEMOLITION OF THE BEACH TAVERN AND CONSTRUCTION OF 8 NO. APARTMENTS AND ASSOCIATED CAR PARKING, BICYCLE STORAGE AND REFUSE STORAGE
planning application WD/2018/1320

Pevensey Parish Council has lodged further objections to the Beach Tavern site development

Decision Day has come for the Beach Tavern site. A Wealden planning officer report has recommended approval for the major development here in the heart of Pevensey Bay. Approval for the scheme would see a radical change to the profile of the Bay at a focal point for both residents and visitors.

The decision will be made at a meeting of the Planning South Committee on Thursday 27 February. The Committee consists of 12 councillors and meets regularly approximately every four weeks on a Thursday. The meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Offices in Hailsham, meeting venue: The Civic Community Hall, Vicarage Lane, HAILSHAM. The meetings are webcast. THE WEBCAST CAN BE VIEWED HERE from 10:30am, Thursday 27 February 2020.
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The agenda sees the proposal for the Beach Tavern site in Pevensey Bay as item 17. The meeting begins at 10:30am. The supplement added today (26 February), by chief executive, Trevor Scott,  to the agenda, is from Pevensey Parish Council. The supplement says

agenda Item 17
WD/2018/1320/F
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Further response has been received from Pevensey Parish Council, wishing to add the following comments to the objection on the above application

  • There is insufficient parking in accordance with Wealden District Council’s parking policy in line with other developments.
  • It would increase the pressure on the road system in Pevensey Bay
  • There have been no changes to the inaccuracies in the developer’s report
  • There has been no evidence of a parking survey being completed for the area.