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Dates for a fresh planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave have been confirmed, after the Government admitted last year’s inquiry made errors.

Suffolk’s biggest new housing development in years is set to bring almost £100million in investment in community projects, including roads, schools, public transport and green spaces, it can be revealed.

Fresh from his retirement from international cricket commentary, Henry Blofeld isn’t just yet declare just yet and is returning to the region on his farewell tour, looking back at 50 years behind the Test Match Special microphone.

The Government has been accused of being “culpable” for failures over a nuclear clean-up contract that cost the taxpayer up to £122m.

The head of a well-known estate agency firm in Woodbridge says it is “business as usual”, despite two related companies being wound-up in the High Court.

Alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love has said he may help British investigators prepare charges against him to prevent the case remaining open against him indefinitely.

SUFFOLK COASTAL DISTRICT COUNCIL

Monday, February 12, 2018

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984

The parents of alleged Suffolk computer hacker Lauri Love have spoken of their relief after the High Court ruled he should not be extradited to the United States.

Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love will not be sent to the United States to face trial, the High Court has ruled.

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 grants an automatic right of renewal to tenants of business premises, known as “security of tenure”, unless the landlord and tenant agree, before the lease is granted, to exclude the statutory right to renew.

A Suffolk man accused of cyber-hacking US agencies will find out next week if his appeal to avoid extradition is successful.

Construction giant Carillion had just £29m in cash by the time it went bust, its interim chief executive has said.

A Colchester town centre firm has said it will continue to campaign for tougher criteria for out-of-town retail parks after a judge rejected its High Court challenge to block such a development.

An inquiry over controversial plans to build 300 homes in Kesgrave is likely to take place again in the New Year just months after a decision was announced after the Government admitted that errors were made.

Plans for an out-of-town shopping centre have successfully fought off a legal challenge from businesses in Colchester – while plans for a five-restaurant town centre development have been unveiled.

An appeal court defeat and the search for missing airman Corrie McKeague have contributed to the more than twofold increase of Suffolk Constabulary’s predicted overspend for 2017/2018.

Organisers of a Christmas Wonderland in Essex say they are delighted after a High Court bid to shut it down was rejected.

Community leaders have expressed their disappointment after developers behind plans to build 300 homes in Kesgrave have launched a legal challenge into the findings of an appeal.

An appeal to build 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave could end up going to the High Court after Persimmon Homes has called for a judicial review of the Planning Inspectorate’s appeal findings.

An alleged computer hacker from near Newmarket is beginning a High Court challenge against his extradition to the US.

Community leaders have hit out at the news that yet another obstacle has been thrown in the path of £70million leisure and retail park earmarked for the outskirts of Colchester.

Over 70 MP’s have accused Theresa May of failing to intervene in the extradition case of a man from Newmarket.

A judge has thrown out a high court challenge against a multimillion pound leisure park in Colchester – and developers say they are excited to get started on the project.

The daughters of a murdered Bury St Edmunds woman take their civil claim for damages against Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) and Suffolk Constabulary to the High Court today.

A Stowmarket family have been paid £415,000 by an NHS Trust after a mother-of-two died of a ‘flesh-eating disease’ doctors failed to diagnose.

Housing developers have agreed to consider working around the clock to minimise disruption from a fiercely opposed road closure, which gets underway in east Suffolk on Monday.

The daughters of a Bury St Edmunds woman who was murdered eight years ago will take a civil claim to the High Court of Justice next week.

Government officials have ruled that a district council was at liberty to determine a proposal for new housing on land it sold to a developer.

Housing developers were last night accused of potentially ‘ruining lives and business’ with the planned four-month closure of a ‘major arterial road’.

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