• Welcome to the Wartling Parish Council

    The next Full Council meeting is the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 6th July at 7.30pm.  Agenda

    Minutes of last meeting May 4th - Annual General Meeting   Annual Parish Meeting


    Solar Farm Proposal

    Wartling Parish Council has been approached by Intelligent Alternatives Ltd.

    They have notified us of their submission of an EIA Screening Opinion Request (application reference: WD/2021/6507/SO) to Wealden District Council for a “c. 50MW Solar Farm and c. 100MW Battery Energy Storage Scheme (BESS)” on Land south of Boreham Street.

    Wartling Parish Council has invited Intelligent Alternatives to attend our meeting on
    the 3rd November to answer any questions you may have and they have accepted
    the Parish Council's invitation.

    Further details

    Plan of proposal

    Copy of presentation slides

    Wartling Parish comprises the villages of Wartling, Boreham Street and the Eastern part of Windmill Hill. A map of the Parish can be found here.

    The council deals with parochial matters such as planning, highways, footpaths etc. All parishioners are welcome to attend the meetings.

    The 2011 Census gives the population of the Parish as 446. Further details can be found here on the East Sussex County Council website

    Please use the top menu to access details of the Council as well as historical information and photographs of the Parish.

  • News

    For latest news on the Coronavirus outbreak, there is a useful page on Action in Rural Sussex.

    Please also see the Public Health England website

    The Village Hall is now closed until further notice

    A Facebook Group, Wartling and Boreham Street Community Action, has been set up by a member of the Parish, "A local community group for residents to offer support and assistance to those affected by Corona Virus in Boreham Street & Wartling."


  • Accessibility

    This website is run by Wartling Parish Council and includes some information that is a statutory requirement. We want as many people as possible to be able to use it, and we have tried to make the statutory parts of the website text as simple as possible to understand. However we know some parts may not be fully accessible to those with a disability, and we have prepared an Accessibility Statement which gives advice what to do if you have difficulty finding the information that you require. 

    Read the Accessibility Statement here