More detail on responding

SCDC have updated two documents which form part of the Local Development framework (LDF). They are:

Appropriate Assessment (AA). This is written by Landscape Partnership on behalf of SCDC, and assesses the LDF Core Strategy and the policies it contains, to see how it impacts nearby environmentally sensitive sites, referred to as ‘Natura 2000’ . . . → Read More: More detail on responding

NANT suggestions for your response to the consultation

SCDC have updated two documents which form part of the Local Development framework (LDF). They are:

Appropriate Assessment (AA). This is written by Landscape Partnership on behalf of SCDC, and assesses the LDF Core Strategy and the policies it contains, to see how it impacts nearby environmentally sensitive sites, referred to as ‘Natura 2000’ . . . → Read More: NANT suggestions for your response to the consultation

Changes to the Appropriate Assessment

 

This document outlines the changes made to the Appropriate Assessment (AA) of SCDC’s LDF Core Strategy. It does not attempt to provide a detailed criticism of the AA, and the changes it mentions are only the major ones. Its purpose is to help people respond to the current consultation (which ends on the . . . → Read More: Changes to the Appropriate Assessment

Responding to the SCDC Consultation

The current consultation is quite technical in that it is specifically about the Appropriate Assessment and Sustainability Appraisal. The council has changed some words in the revised documents, but these changes do not of themselves change the underlying issue that NANT raised – namely that their assumptions about the impact of the Deben estuary sensitive . . . → Read More: Responding to the SCDC Consultation

NANT Update June 2011

Suffolk Coastal has now published dates when the Core Strategy/LDF will be debated in cabinet and then at full council.Cabinet Meeting is on Friday July 8th and Full Council Meeting on Wednesday 27th July. Both will be held at the Suffolk Showground and will start at 9.30am. If you go to the SCDC website . . . → Read More: NANT Update June 2011

River Deben Rota Results

The site for 2,000 homes from the air

Looking East from BT to Deben (Click on picture for full screen image).

NANT invested in some professional aerial photography from www.airshots.co.uk .  The shots show how the urbanisation of Ipswich is encroaching upon the Deben and the abrupt change to a rural environment past the BT site.

The first shot shows the proposed site looking East towards the River Deben and Waldringfield. The population of around . . . → Read More: The site for 2,000 homes from the air

Guardian Piece by Piece Campaign

Adastral Park Redevelopment Project: Greenfields under threat – Plans for new town could affect Deben Estuary in Suffolk.

Go to Guardian Campaign page.

Deben Strategic Environmental Assessment

Wadringfield PC has just responded to a document called ‘Suffolk Estuarine Strategies – Deben Strategic Environmental Assessment: Scoping Consultation Document’. The document contains  useful information about things like sensitive habitats, protected species, tourism and recreation, etc. It also has some superb maps. It doesn’t cover the Adastral site, but it does cover Newbourne Springs, . . . → Read More: Deben Strategic Environmental Assessment

Waldringfield Wildlife Group – BT Application

Response from WWGroup PDF format.

Philip Ridley                                                                                                                                                     25 February 2010

Head of Planning Services

Suffolk Coastal District Council

Melton Hill

Woodbridge

Suffolk IP12 1AU

Dear Mr Ridley,

Adastral Park Revised Planning Application, January 2010, No. C09/0555 Summary

1. The revised plan grossly underestimates the potential increase in recreational use of the Deben Estuary AONB . . . → Read More: Waldringfield Wildlife Group – BT Application