The result of the Public Inquiry into the Brickfields planning appeal will be announced on or before November 12 2018.
Led by Planning Inspector Lesley Coffey BA(Hons), BTP MRTPI, the Inquiry started on September 11 and lasted until September 19. Legal representations were made on behalf of Suffolk Coastal District Council, Aldeburgh Town Council, the Aldeburgh Society, local residents and the developer, M.S.Oates.
A Lowestoft-based builder submitted plans to build 43 new homes on the Brickfields Barn site in 2015. This involved demolishing redundant stores, change of use of a builders’ yard and re-developing a former quarry. The site is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contains a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Aldeburgh Town Council, the Aldeburgh Society and Suffolk Coastal District Council opposed the development.
Aldeburgh Town Council’s submission:
Aldeburgh Town Council opposed this development and submitted this document to the Planning Inspectorate. Click here to read it in full:
Suffolk Coastal District Council’s submission:
Suffolk Coastal District Council also opposed this development and submitted this document to the Planning Inspectorate: Click here to read it in full:
All associated documents relating to this appeal, including the appellant’s submission, can be viewed using the following link:
The official notice:
The Planning Inspectorate have officially announced the enquiry details. To view this document, click on the link below: