To: The Planning Inspectorate, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN 14 October 2010
Appeal Reference APP/J3530/A/10/2135196 NWF (appeal against refusal of planning permission)
Suffolk Coastal District Council Planning Application C/10/0941 Change of use of agricultural land for storage of up to 200 caravans, Foxburrow Farm, Waldringfield Road, Brightwell, Suffolk
I am writing on behalf . . . → Read More: NANT planning objection to Foxburrow Farm Caravans
Sir. —Many of Suffolk’s residents will be wondering if Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) ever listens to the voice of the people. Your correspondent Anne Maddison’s informative letter about the ecology (EADT, October 1) exemplifies another aspect of the widely felt sense of dismay over the council-inspired proposal for major development on the BT . . . → Read More: Letter to EADT – Adastral housing decisions ..closely watched
It would be interesting to know just how much time, money and carbon emissions from travel have been expended in setting up all the wildlife and environmental protection zones declared by governments internationally, nationally and locally. However as one branch of an organisation is doing this very well worthwhile task other branches of . . . → Read More: Letter to EADT – BT site & the environment
Huge Housing Scheme will be Environmental Disaster
referring to Malcolm Crawford’s letter (EADT, August 28) there is surely a simple explanation for councillor Smith’s unsound reasoning over the highly dubious Local Development Framework.
It was drawn up in the days of the previous government as seemingly the most convenient way of conforming with . . . → Read More: Letter to EADT from Waldringfield resident – "Disastral Park!"
23rd August 2010
To The Editor, East Anglian Daily Times. 30, Lower Brook Street, lpswich. IP4 lAN
NO ADASTRAL NEW TOWN.
Edmund Orwell, writing ‘Times Past’ EADT 20th. April 1978 and having received some old postcards from Mr. F. H. Spurgeon formerly the baker and shop keeper at Waldringfield, came to the . . . → Read More: Letter to EADT from Waldringfield History Group
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Suffolk Coastal District Council – planning application 09/0555 for 2000 new homes and other mixed development Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2010 01:28:27 +0000
I am writing to request that you call-in the above planning application - made by BT, for 2000 new homes on the Greenfield site, south and east of BT’s . . . → Read More: Letter to Secretary of State from Martlesham Heath resident
Date:16 August 2010
Dear Secretary of State,
Suffolk Coastal District Council have concocted a Local Development Framework which dovetails exactly with the Planning application 09/0555 put forward by BT. Despite your statements on planning policy, specifically the RSS, they propose to use the LDF as interim policy to approve this plan for 2000+ houses . . . → Read More: Letter to Secretary of State from Waldringfield resident
11th August 2010
Mr P Ridley
Head of Planning
Suffolk Coastal District Council
Dear Mr Ridley
I am writing on behalf of Waldringfield Parish Council to request clarification on the use of ‘interim planning policies’ to determine planning applications. We have 3 simple questions, and would very much appreciate it if you would provide answers to them:
On 18th March 2010 the full council passed a resolution which said:
(ii) That the Policies be adopted as interim planning policy for the determining of planning applications and enforcement;
This makes no attempt to distinguish between routine planning applications and large scale, controversial ones. The rejection of Cllr John Kelso’s proposed amendment (which sought to make this distinction) at the 18th March meeting emphasised this. However, in a press release dated 10th June 2010, Cllr Andy Smith said: Continue reading
11th August 2010
Mr R Beswarick-Asser
Scrutiny Business Manager
Suffolk Coastal District Council
Dear Mr Beswarick-Asser,
I am writing on behalf of Waldringfield Parish Council concerning your invitation to comment on the workings of the Planning Department of Suffolk Coastal District Council. This invitation said:
“You are therefore invited to express your own thoughts to the working party. How you do this is up to you. The working party has no particular axe to grind, and nor has the main committee for that matter. The main thing at this stage is to discover any areas that may give concern (if any) so as to provide solid guidance for the main scrutiny.”
Our primary concern was (and still is) the way in which the overall strategy and planning policies have been developed. We responded to your invitation with 9 pages of comment, 8 of which were devoted to the way in which the Local Development Framework (LDF) was produced, in particular to the way in which key decision were made. No indication was given to us that this topic was not to be included in your remit, in fact the quote above implied that we were free to cover any topic we wished. Continue reading
Voice on Planning An informal association of local councillors and interest groups seeking to improve the planning service in Suffolk Coastal district.
‘Super Group’ Formed to Demand Improved Planning Service.
Building on an earlier meeting, representatives of concerned parish councils and citizens recently met in Rendlesham and . . . → Read More: Press release from Community Voice on Planning