Have Your Say


Click on the link above for the draft minutes of the 2018 Annual Town Meeting.

Brick Dock appeal

MS Oakes has submitted to the planning inspector an updated Environmental Impact Assessment.  The Society, Local Residents and the Town Council have engaged consultants to respond to this. If you would like to comment please do so by December 15th. The case reference is APP/J3530/W/17/3172629 and you can find the new documents here.

The documents are also available for inspection in Aldeburgh library.

An appeal has been made to the Secretary of State by Mr Mark Oakes against the decision of Suffolk Coastal District Council to refuse planning permission for Demolition of Existing Redundant Stores, Change of Use of Builders Yard and Redevelopment of Quarry Site to Provide 43 No. Dwellings, Including 14 No. Affordable Dwellings. Details below:

 

Our Ref: APP/037/2017
Date: 02/02/2018
When calling please ask for: Adine Schrankel
Dial Direct: (01394) 444507
E-mail: planning.appeal.scdc@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

 

 

 

Dear Sir/Madam

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 – APPEAL UNDER SECTION 78

Appeal by: Mr Mark Oakes
Site at: Brickfields Barns, Saxmundham Road, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Planning application reference: DC/15/3673/FUL

 

An appeal has been made to the Secretary of State by Mr Mark Oakes against the decision of Suffolk Coastal District Council to refuse planning permission for Demolition of Existing Redundant Stores, Change of Use of Builders Yard and Redevelopment of Quarry Site to Provide 43 No. Dwellings, Including 14 No. Affordable Dwellings.

 

The Secretary of State has, with the consent of the parties concerned, agreed to determine the appeal at a Public Inquiry, the date for which has still to be arranged.

 

The appellants statement can be viewed online at http://publicaccess.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/online-applications/ and will be available for inspection at  Woodbridge Library, New Street, Woodbridge IP12 1DT (electronic only) Monday to Wednesday 8.45am to 5pm, Thursday 9.30am to 5.30pm and Friday 8.45am to 4.30pm.

 

Any comments you made at application stage will be forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate (unless they are expressly confidential). If you wish to make any additional comments or modify or withdraw your previous comments you can do so online at www.planningportal.gov.uk/pcs or by e-mail to: Elizabeth.Humphrey@pins.gsi.gov.uk. If you do not have access to the internet you can send three copies of letters to:

Elizabeth Humphrey, 3/O Kite Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol, BS1 6PN

 

All comments must be received by 2nd March 2018 and must quote the appeal reference: APP/J3530/W/17/3172629. Any representations received after this date will not normally be seen by the Inspector and they will be returned. Please note that any representations you submit to the Planning Inspectorate will be copied to the appellant and this local planning authority and will be considered by the Inspector when determining the appeal.

 

You may check the progress of the appeal or obtain a booklet entitled “A Guide to Taking Part in Planning Appeals” on the Planning Portal website: http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/pcs. When made, the decision will be published on this website.

 

Yours faithfully,

Philip Ridley BSc (Hons) MRTPI
Head of Planning & Coastal Management
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils

 

Coastal Footpath

 Natural England want to  establish a footpath round much of England’s coast.
As part of that plan, they are investigating a potential route between Bawdsey and Aldeburgh.
A consultation process is underway with responses needed by December 22nd. For more details and up-to-date information click on the links below.

http://www.gov.uk/government/collections/england-coast-path-improving-public-access-to-the-coast

 Offshore Windfarms

ScottishPower Renewables are currently developing 102 offshore turbines off the East Anglian coast.

For more information about wind farms off the East Anglian coast, please click on the link below:

 http://www.scottishpowerrenewables.com

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