Wealden District Council own and manage a variety of land and property assets, however, for details on council housing itself, please view our Housing strategies, policies and plans page.
The Corporate Assets Team
- The Corporate Assets Team is a small team of specialists who manage a wide variety of non-housing properties and landholdings on behalf of Wealden District Council.
- The Team is headed by the Asset Team Leader.
- Land and lease issues are dealt with by our Estates Management Officer and Estates Management Assistant.
- Online Council land ownership enquiry
Building repairs, maintenance and renewals are dealt with by our Property Surveyors. They can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The portfolio of landholdings is extensive, ranging from small parcels of amenity land to Commons and the Cuckoo Trail. Properties ranging from shops and Industrial units, to historic monuments and Leisure Centres. Details of our main assets are listed below, together with contact details to obtain further information or to report any concerns.
- St Andrews, Alfriston
- St Marks, Hadlow Down
- St Mary’s, Hailsham
- St Peter and St Paul, Hellingly
- St Bartholomews, Maresfield
- St Deny’s, Rotherfield
- St Mary’s, Willingdon
- St Mary’s, Westham
- All Saints, Crowborough
- All Saints, Waldron
- Our Policy prevents the use of our land and property for the purposes of funfairs, shows and circuses.
- It also restricts the use of Council property for political purpose which includes posters in support of any political party.
- The Council does not own any land suitable for metal detecting and has a general policy restricting the use of its land for this purpose.
- In 2003/4 the Council passed a policy stopping the use of any land in our ownership for the growth of Genetically Modified crops.
- We do not allow trading in any of our car parks.
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- East Sussex County Council
- Parish Council websites
These commons and wood are across the A27 at the foot of the Long Man and form a good starting point for a walk onto the Sussex Downs or inland towards Arlington Reservoir and Abbots Wood.
A Management Plan is in place to protect and enhance these commons for future generations.
This is overseen by a Management Committee with those having a direct interest in the land, including Commoners, Parish Council , adjoining land owners and conservation bodies who work together to enhance this important habitat.
For further details contact Graham.Kean@wealden.gov.uk