Final day of Framlingham housing inquiries postponed due to illness

The view across from Brick Lane to Framlingham where you can see Framlingham College (l to r) St Mic

The view across from Brick Lane to Framlingham where you can see Framlingham College (l to r) St Michaels Church and Framlingham Castle.

The final day of an appeal inquiry into two major housing developments in Framlingham has been postponed due to illness.

Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon Homes are appealing against Suffolk Coastal District Council’s refusal of plans for 163 homes at Fairfield Road, and 100 homes at Mount Pleasant.

Closing statements were due to be given today by both developers, as well as objectors Framlingham Residents Association and Suffolk Coastal District Council.

However, planning inspector John Braithwaite was forced to postpone the inquiry due to illness yesterday.

The inquiry will resume on Tuesday, February 23.


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