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Looking down Archery Ground to the villas of Archery Terrace at the south end.

Early 2017 start to Archery Ground construction

Following approval for the changes it requested to the Archery Ground planning permission, developer Gemselect says it expects to be ready to start construction in about six months’ time and have the first houses ready for occupation after another two and a half years. Nick Terdre reports.

The remains of the main college building on the Archery Ground.

Archery Ground: Orbit seeks changes while Gemselect demolishes vandalised building

Orbit Homes has lodged its second application to vary the conditions of the planning permission granted in 2013 for the redevelopment of the Archery Ground, a move which has prompted objections from various parties. Meanwhile Gemselect has reached a memorable milestone with the demolition of the main college building. Nick Terdre reports.

The Archery Ground has a new owner.

Archery Ground: new owner seeks changes

A new owner has acquired the Archery Ground in St Leonards and applied to make changes to the planning permission granted to its predecessor. A number of objections have been lodged, including by the Save The Archery Ground group. Nick Terdre reports.

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