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A report by planning officers at Lewes district council described Mr Peters's house as a "large dwelling in a substantial plot of land".
In October 2005, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister announced that the application for Falmer Stadium had been approved, but it was further delayed after Lewes District Council contested the decision and forced a time-consuming and costly judicial review.
BRIGHTON have cleared another major obstacle in their attempts to secure a new stadium after longtime opponents Lewes District Council announced they will not be challenging the Government's decision to allow planning permission.
The Coca-Cola League One outfit have been waiting for almost six years to find out if they will get the go-ahead for the proposed 22,000-seater arena, but have been held up by a number of challenges from Lewes District Council - where part of the car parking for the proposed ground lies.
HR management software and services supplier Midland HR & Payroll Solutions (Midland) is set to provide its Trent solution to Lewes District Council in the UK following a recent agreement.
One of my district council colleagues, Lindsay Frost from Lewes District Council, checked through recent planning consents to discover that, in the last ten years, nothing permitted had in fact been flooded.
The Seagulls' proposed 23,000-seater stadium in the Falmer area of the city is currently subject to a legal challenge from the Liberal Democrat-led Lewes District Council following Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott's approval of the plans last October.
Local architect Bryan Perry refined their ideas into a detailed plan to be approved by Lewes District Council.
But Lewes District Council have threatened to challenge the decision in the High Court on grounds that the site lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty.