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Archery Ground developers get their way

Cabinet ministers and others agree that the Archery Ground in St Leonards-on-Sea is part of a site of national importance. Hastings Borough Council is less impressed, and their relentless indulgence of developers has continued anyway. Following approval by the planning committee of owner Gemselect’s request for changes, Bernard McGinley wonders what happened to good housing and St Leonards.

Posted 11:05 Saturday, Aug 13, 2016 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground Archery Villas Bernard McGinley Burtons' St Leonards Society Chris Hawkins Cllr Patmore Council Constitution Decimus Burton Gemselect Gladedale HBC HS/FA/09/482 HS/FA/13/00590 HS/FA/15/00175 James Burton Marcus Beale NPPF Orbit planning committee Planning inspector R Norman Shaw STAG tenure-blind development

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.

Controversial schemes get green light

Last week’s planning committee meeting was lively, with controversial schemes for the Archery Ground and numbers 1 and 3 Chapel Park Road on the agenda. Bernard McGinley, who was among the throng at Hastings Town Hall, found grounds to wonder at some of the committee’s actions.

Moment of truth for Archery Ground scheme

Gladedale’s new application to redevelop the Archery Ground in St Leonards comes before the planning committee on Wednesday 6 November, this time with the backing of the Save The Archery Ground group. If it is approved, as seems likely, work on the site is expected to start early next year. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 12:29 Sunday, Nov 3, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Amber Rudd MP Archery Ground Avant Homes Gladedale Hastings Badger Protection Society Karen Phillips Marcus Beale Nick Boles MP Patrick Glass Quarry Hill Freeholders Save The Archery Ground STAG

New Archery Ground design to be unveiled

Gladedale’s revised scheme for the Archery Ground is ready for submission to the planning department, but will first be put on display to the public this Saturday in the Assembly Rooms in St Leonards, writes Nick Terdre.

Posted 21:40 Tuesday, Jul 16, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground Gladedale Lee Wilson Marcus Beale Save The Archery Ground

Positive response to Gladedale’s revised scheme for the Archery Ground

Gladedale’s new planning application for the Archery Ground in St Leonards has been well and truly launched, with an exhibition of the revised scheme and a pre-application forum held in mid March. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 14:00 Saturday, Mar 30, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground badges Don Rose Gladedale Hastings Badger Protection Society Marcus Beale Peter Chowney STAG Stephen Gray wildlife

New Archery Ground proposals to be aired

Gladedale is preparing new plans for the development of the Archery Ground site in St Leonards. In the next few days there will be an exhibition of its proposals and a chance for stakeholders to give their responses. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 13:11 Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013 In: Home Ground Tags: Archery Ground Gladedale Save The Archery Ground STAG
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