Plans for 59,750 homes in the South West have been scrapped by councils in response to the government’s abolition of house building targets. See Planning Daily
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: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com 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
The document Driving the Haven Gateway Forward: The Economic Impact of the Ports & Logistics Sector – has appeared on the SCDC website since 11th August , even though the document is dated May. It seems odd that such report can be produced for the Ports sector, whilst there is NO hard information about current . . . → Read More: Jobs study done for Port but NOT Adastral site
The LDF plan to locate 2000 houses next to BT is (by implication from its alignment to the BT planning application) predicated on the creation of 2000 new jobs at the Adastral Park Site (we assume this means net additional jobs), and that some of the people who come to work there will live . . . → Read More: Jobs growth and co-located housing