- What to do
- Supporter’s meetings
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
Suffolk Coastal District Council has announced that they have revised the LDF and will be conducting another round of public consultation – you may have seen this in the latest Coastline magazine which they published recently.The consultation dates have now been published and it will run for eight weeks from 29 November to 23 January . . . → Read More: SCDC Local Development Framework – another public consultation
Useful site for queries on SCC and SCDC. www.whatdotheyknow.com
NOV 6TH 10.45am in carpark behind swimming pool
Just to remind you that the march is this weekend – new placards will be there for you – bring whistles, bagpipes or anything else you fancy. Same request as before, don’t bring things that will make litter.
You . . . → Read More: Protest March in Woodbridge – reminder
The Gallery at the top of Market Hill in Woodbridge have been ordered by Suffolk Coastal to remove their two large placards supporting our campaign.
Show your support by displaying a car sticker. You can get them from your NANT contacts, at the protest marches or the NANT Info Points in Woodbridge on Saturdays.
We will be meeting at the back of the swimming pool at 10.45am for an 11am start. We are aiming to have at least 350 marchers so please pass on the details of the march to as many people as possible. We will be printing notices to advertise the march. We would like to get . . . → Read More: Protest march in Woodbridge on November 6th
This EADT article (click here to open it) is great publicity although we would question the comment regarding 2000 jobs being created. They are going to send a photographer for the start of the march on Saturday – so lets make sure we have a good turnout and get some cracking pictures for the . . . → Read More: EADT – Protest planned over 2,000 new homes