Anglia TV coverage of march

New town protest 3.58PM   Sat Nov 6 2010 – Hundreds of people have been marching through a Suffolk town in protest at plans for a new housing development. BT wants to build two thousand houses and blocks of flats next to Adastral Park at Martlesham. Members of the ‘No Adastral New Town group’ . . . → Read More: Anglia TV coverage of march

EADT – Protesters march through Woodbridge

Coverage of the “No Adastral New Town” (NANT) protest March through Woodbridge on Saturday 18th September in the East Anglian Daily Times.

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Letter to the EADT from a Waldringfield resident

From Neil Winship of Waldringfield to the East Anglian Daily Times

Sir

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

EADT – Campaign urges end to 2,000-home plans

EADT coverage of coverage of NANT public meeting on 29 June 

No Adastral New Town (NANT) is urging council chiefs to scrap plans to develop land around BT’s research laboratories and examine again the housing needs for the district….Read More