The Stour and Orwell Society have been fighting the National Air Traffic Scheme and the Ganges Housing development with some success.
EADT article about a bypass further up the A12 needed because of Sizewell and comments about how this might lead to the Northern bypass coming in at Martlesham.
A Grayling butterfly was spotted by a retired Suffolk Butterfly Recorder in September, and there are strong indications of a colony at Brett’s Pit. The Grayling is officially listed by national conservation bodies as a threatened species which is currently in decline, and it is obviously important to preserve any existing colonies. BT’s . . . → Read More: Grayling Butterflies found on Waldringfield Heath
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