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Suffolk Coastal District Council

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, and Chief Constable Gareth Wilson are staging a series of public meetings across the county through the coming months – and are encouraging Suffolk residents to attend.

A 20-year campaign to breathe new life into the Woodbridge Waterfront reach an important milestone on Saturday, as town officials opened the new and improved Longshed building.

Plans to develop a 59-cabin holiday park on a former quarry in Wenhaston have been deferred until a planning committee has visited the site.

Candidates were announced today for an east Suffolk by-election – after four people secured nominations.

Premises Licence -Variation Application Name of Applicant: Adnams plc Name of Premises: Cherry Tree Postal Address of Premises: 73 Cumberland Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4AG

Controversial plans to create 100 homes on the former Suffolk Coastal District Council offices in Melton have been given the go-ahead after a narrow vote by planning committee.

A Suffolk planning committee debating controversial plans for homes in Melton was left stunned after a parish councillor on the public bench threatened a committee member by imitating a gun with his hand.

National chain, JD Wetherspoons has re-applied to build a new pub on the site of a former doctor’s surgery.

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.

A Suffolk organisation is considering judicial review to expose what it claims to be a breakdown in the democratic planning process.

Proposals to ban dogs from a larger stretch of a popular Suffolk beach could deter pet-owning families from visiting the resort, a couple has warned.

Refuse teams in east Suffolk are reviewing their glass collection system amid complaints of overflowing bottle banks.

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.

Suffolk residents have been encouraged to take “direct action” when developers flout planning regulations – because councils are too poor to take enforcement action.

The Orwell Crossing services on the A14 near Ipswich could get a new drive-through Starbucks after plans were lodged by developers – and long term plans aim to establish a petrol station there too.

Dogs could be banned from a larger stretch of one of Suffolk’s most popular beaches under new proposals out for public consultation.

Framlingham Sports Club

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Framlingham Sports Club - Indoor sporting events, live music, recorded music, performance of dance.

A device used to help monitor the speed of traffic travelling through an east Suffolk village has been vandalised.

Low income homes across Suffolk will benefit from fully funded central heating systems over the next three years after the county was successful in obtaining a £4.3million grant.

Plans to move Woodbridge Town FC to a new site in Ufford appear to have collapsed leaving the club with little time to move.

Suffolk planning chiefs have been accused of allowing developers to flout regulations - leaving communities to suffer.

Popular plans for an Aldi in Martlesham which gathered hundreds of letters of public support have been given the go-ahead – with the store set to open in Easter 2019.

Suffolk Coastal’s planning committee has rejected controversial plans to build 290 homes in Rendlesham – with one councillor saying it was the committee’s duty to protect against “predatory developers”.

Premises Licence - New Application

Monday, March 26, 2018

Name of Applicant: Krafty Braumeister Ltd

Name of Premises: Krafty Braumeister Ltd - Unit 4A

Postal Address of Premises: Eastlands Industrial Estate, Leiston, IP16 4LL

Plans to build an Aldi store in Martlesham Heath are set to get the green light on Monday after overwhelming public support resulted in nearly 900 letters backing the build.

A decision over controversial plans to build nearly 300 homes in Rendlesham is to be made on Monday – with planners recommending the plans are rejected.

A public inquiry due to get underway in May over controversial plans to build 138 homes in Melton has been dropped after developers withdrew the appeal.

Suffolk may have escaped the worst blows from the ‘Beast From The East’, but new pictures show the true cost of erosion of our coastline over the past ten years.

A company seeking to redevelop a Suffolk council’s former headquarters as housing claims the delayed project is set for approval in the coming weeks - despite calls for the deal to be started afresh.

“I am afraid those days are gone” – that’s the message from Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore on bobbies patrolling the beat.

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