EADT:Empty property numbers

Campaign group urges housing chiefs to consider empty property numbers. See East Anglian article.

EADT:Campaigners threaten to take district council to court over LDF

See the article in the East Anglian regarding the Council Special meeting on December 15th 2011

EADT: Recession wrecks hopes of affordable homes

East Anglian article on the rush to build without providing affordable homes.

EADT: Council back LDF despite Public Opposition

Here is the East Anglian’s account of the Council meeting held on July 8th. The Councillor for Yoxford said:- “Having raised the number, the decision to put them all in one place was never revisited. This is a doubly flawed decision which has come back to bite us and is still biting us.”

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BT plan Wind Farm next to homes in Clare, Suffolk

Another beauty spot is treated to the attentions of BT. Locals have set up a Facebook campaign and there has been coverage from the East Anglian (BT are certainly keeping them busy with stories and, we hope, selling papers). The residents’ comments at the end of the article are well worth a browse.

Here . . . → Read More: BT plan Wind Farm next to homes in Clare, Suffolk

Update on November 6th protest march

Dear All – many thanks to everyone who attended the march on Saturday.  Once again we had perfect weather, a great atmosphere and more than 300 people including many young people joined the protest. We even had some dogs marching with us whilst proudly carrying slogans on their jackets!!

The petition numbers were boosted by . . . → Read More: Update on November 6th protest march

EADT Coverage of Nov 6th march

Good coverage from the East Anglian which included a quotation from the Councillor with responsibility for planning Andy Smith:

“To effectively protect our district’s future, we need to agree our own needs for new homes, in line with national policy, and we want to hear if people agree with our views,”

We hope . . . → Read More: EADT Coverage of Nov 6th 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.

EADT – Planning service under the microscope

The meeting heard there was a perception that many decisions were made behind closed doors between developers and planners and that residents’ views were a “mere inconvenience”…….Read the full article in the East Anglian Daily Times

EADT – Rural communities ‘must seize initiative’

Housing in villages is an issue. Suffolk Coastal aim to concentrate much the district’s new housing on the Adastral Park site. Read what the East Anglian has to say….Read More.