Debenham Parish Council’s shortlisting for a national planning award for its Neighbourhood Plan puts it into contention with major city schemes. The others shortlisted for for the national plan-making prize are from Manchester, Sheffield, Milton Keynes and the London boroughs of Camden, Lewisham, Enfield. Being selected for the awards, organised […]
Earlier this year when Debenham Parish Council moved its meeting to the Leisure Centre to accommodate everyone who wanted to have their say about Taylor Wimpey’s free go, renewed application to build 300 houses there was only real topic of interest. Yet before we got to the main topic we […]
This map shows footpaths and bridleway that are registered as a part of the Suffolk Definitive rights of way map.
That’s right. Taylor Wimpey could not muster even one member of the public to support their “free go” second application for 295 houses on land north of Gracechurch Street. This remarkable result mirrors the anger in Debenham about the second “free go” Taylor Wimpey has been given to get its […]
Parish Council adding its objection. The Taylor Wimpey plan for 295 houses north of Gracechurch Street can be stopped again. As many objections as possible are needed to convince the council. More than the 360 last time around. Click on the panel to the right to add your objection. The […]