Letter in EADT – “We need a complete re-think on new housing”

“Dear  Sir, a couple of weeks ago, the EADT published a letter from Michael Cole about the shocking and depressing experience of watching Suffolk Coastal District Council’s version of democracy in action – he was talking about a planning application on land next to his. I am aware that the Council’s Scrutiny Committee is reviewing the functioning of the Planning Department because of concerns expressed by some of the parish councils and other bodies. Now I learn that Cllr Sherrie Green has been removed from Suffolk Coastal DC’s Cabinet, apparently because she suggested that the Council should revisit the Local Development Framework following the change in Government policy and “be honest with local people”.  The Leader of the Council (Cllr Herring) was quoted as saying Continue reading

Letter to the EADT from a Waldringfield resident

From Neil Winship of Waldringfield to the East Anglian Daily Times

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Naturally BT wants the windfall capital gain that will come from getting planning permission for development of land it inherited via the RAF and GPO.   It is also understandable that planners advise an Adastral New Town of 2,000 or maybe even 3,500 new . . . → Read More: Letter to the EADT from a Waldringfield resident

Letter from Suffolk Preservation Society to SCDC 18th May 2010

See this link  “Planning Application C09/0555 – Refurbishment of Adastral Park & development of adjoining land…”

Therese Coffey to SCDC Councillors

Therese Coffey, who is the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Suffolk Coastal, has issued a statement and written to all Councillors saying that she believes that a decision on the LDF should be deferred until after the General Election in view of the fact that the Conservatives would, if elected, abolish the centrally imposed house . . . → Read More: Therese Coffey to SCDC Councillors