Ipswich: Inquiry into waterfront transformation

IPSWICH: A public inquiry has been announced for next month into proposals for five rights of way to be created at Ipswich waterfront.

The county council is proposing to make some areas of the Ipswich docks accessible to local people as public rights of way.

The inquiry will be led by an independent Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State, who will decide whether the rights of way will go ahead after hearing the collected evidence.

The inquiry has been scheduled over six days, starting at 10am on Tuesday, December 7 and running to Friday, December 10 - then reconvening on Wednesday 15 and Tuesday, December 21 if necessary.

Members of the public can attend the inquiry at the Conference Room, IP City Centre, Bath Street, Ipswich.

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