Controversial car park in Seaford is agreed reluctantly

Eversley Court in Seaford

Eversley Court in Seaford

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The developer of a controversial retirement complex in Seaford was given permission to build a temporary car park instead of affordable flats because it could not find a partner to take the homes on.

McCarthy and Stone, which built the unpopular Eversley Court in Dane Road, was reluctantly given the green light by Lewes District Council’s planning committee this week.

However the council agreed to write a strongly worded letter to the company’s chief executive expressing its disappointment that the affordable homes had not gone ahead as planned and put pressure on the developer to build the affordable flats.


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