We’re back – sorry for the interruption.

On the 12th of February our website was subjected to a “Deliberate Denial of Service” attack.  Our account was suspended and it has taken all week as well as some expense to get things put right. There are still a few tweaks to make but normal service has been resumed. Let’s hope we’re not . . . → Read More: We’re back – sorry for the interruption.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – CABINET MEETING

REMINDER OF CABINET MEETING this coming Thursday February 17th at 9.30am at Trinity Park.  Some members of the Council wish to discount the huge public opposition to the allocation of 2000 houses at BT.  The only way to make sure that the Council take note is to have a large public presence at the . . . → Read More: IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – CABINET MEETING

LDF Consultation deadline passed

The closing date for the consultation has now passed. If you’ve missed it it’s probably still worth sending your letter in. The Council’s Scrutiny Committee has already considered the document at a meeting on 17th January.

Here is a copy of the response submitted by NANT on behalf of the residents who have supported . . . → Read More: LDF Consultation deadline passed

The Localism Bill

It is clearly evident that significant objections by a considerable number of residents have been submitted to the Council.  These appear to have had little influence on the Council’s strategy for the East Ipswich Plan Area.  The views of local people have seemingly had no perceivable impact.  We believe that the current methodology used . . . → Read More: The Localism Bill

Help with your objection letter

We only have until January 23rd to respond to the LDF consultation. The strategy is still for 2,000 houses to the south and east of Adastral Park – in other words the BT site. It is vital that we get the maximum number of people responding to the LDF to ensure that the councillors appreciate the . . . → Read More: Help with your objection letter

NANT Open meetings at Waldringfield & Martlesham Heath

NANT Open Meetings We had 2 very successful open meetings, Waldringfield on the 10th (which was covered by the press) and Martlesham Heath on the 12th of January.  Both were well attended with a total of  around 250 supporters braving the cold and wet evenings.  We gave an update of the campaign so far, . . . → Read More: NANT Open meetings at Waldringfield & Martlesham Heath

Important Council meetings

We now have information about the next series of relevant council meetings about the LDF (which leads up to the BT Planning decision).

January 5th    Special Development Control - the papers can be downloaded here ,

January 17th Trinity Park  9.30am Community Customers and Partners Scrutiny - we note that this is . . . → Read More: Important Council meetings

LDF Public Consultation ending 23rd January 2011

  • What to do
  • Supporter’s meetings

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Responding to the LDF Consultation

We only have until January 23rd to respond to the consultation. The strategy is still for 2,000 houses to the south and east of Adastral Park. The case for putting 31% of the planned housing growth in the Ipswich Plan Area (ie around Martlesham including BT’s site) is by no means proven. We . . . → Read More: Responding to the LDF Consultation

Report of Woodbridge Society meeting on Wednesday 24th November

NANT and BT went head to head on 24th November 2010 at the Woodbridge Society. They had both been invited to put their case before an audience of about 100 members. Both parties were given 20 minutes to explain their case. BT went first and as they took 37 minutes, the NANT presenters did not . . . → Read More: Report of Woodbridge Society meeting on Wednesday 24th November