Local communities are being asked for their views on plans to remove public payphones from several Waveney locations.
Suffolk Coastal is asking local people to comment on a series of Main Modifications to the Site Allocations and Area Specific Policies Development Plan Document and the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan which have been identified following public hearing sessions held in August and September.
Plans to bring jobs and breathe new life in to a location in Lowestoft have been given the go ahead with planning approval for a new fast food restaurant on Jubilee Way.
Work is well under way on a review Suffolk Coastal’s Local Plan.
Communities in Waveney considering the development of a Neighbourhood Plan are invited to attend a free networking event on Thursday 15 September to learn more about the process.
On Wednesday 24 August, Waveney District Council’s Planning Committee gave consent for the demolition of former office buildings on the town hall site in Lowestoft. The buildings, owned by the Council, will make way for a new development which will include a catering retail outlet. This development will help to regenerate the area, bringing new jobs, customers and businesses to this part of the town.
On the Tuesday 19 July, Suffolk Coastal lost its case in the High Court to challenge the decision made by a Planning Inspector to grant on appeal consent for a 180 home development off Woods Lane in Melton.
The latest, crucial milestone in the delivery of important Planning Documents for Suffolk Coastal will be reached in August when the Planning Inspectorate stages public hearing sessions.
A partnership between Waveney District Council’s Building Control team and local developers Wellington Construction has been recognised at a regional awards ceremony.
Suffolk Coastal District Council has now submitted two Local Plan documents to the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination.