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Village group opposed to controversial planning application to a host an information day

PUBLISHED: 13:27 24 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:06 24 January 2018

The entrance to the Crown Chicken site in Weybread, for where an application to build 110 new homes has been submitted to Mid Suffolk District Council. PHOTO: Sonya Duncan

The entrance to the Crown Chicken site in Weybread, for where an application to build 110 new homes has been submitted to Mid Suffolk District Council. PHOTO: Sonya Duncan

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A community action group opposed to building 110 new homes in their village is hosting a drop-in session to help residents understand the planning process.

On Sunday, January 28, from 11am until 4pm, Weybread Community Action group is inviting residents of Weybread to drop into the village hall to find out how to make their opinions on the controversial application known.

Members will be showing people how to submit comments, see planning documents, learn about the planning process and the National Planning Policy Framework , as well as how it affects the village.

There will also be the opportunity to take apart in a survey about the future of the village and the reuse of the former pub, The Crown Inn.

Anyone who is interested but cannot attend on January 28 should email essarviarchitect@outlook.com


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