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Archery Ground changes approved

Affordable housing provision in Hastings has taken a knock with the approval by the planning committee of an application to slash the quota on the Archery Ground development. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 09:01 Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground Gemselect Nick Terdre Orbit Homes

Tackling housing and homelessness in Hastings

The government’s relentless imposition of austerity naturally hits the worst-off hardest. Given the drastic shortage of social and affordable housing, finding and keeping a place to live has become a problem for many in Hastings. Peter Chowney, leader of Hastings Borough Council, told Nick Terdre how it is tackling problems of housing and homelessness in difficult circumstances.

Posted 16:35 Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Amicus Horizon benefit sanctions Hastings Borough Council homelessness housing housing company Margaret Thatcher Nick Terdre Orbit Homes Peter Chowney Seaview selective licensing Snowflake Universal Credit

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.

Posted 22:41 Friday, May 15, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground Code for Sustainable Homes Gemselect Gladedale Gordon Ritchie Masonic Hall Nick Terdre Orbit Homes planning committee planning department Save The Archery Ground Secured by Design Sophie Palmer

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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