Precautionary approach prevents housing close to ancient monument

An outline scheme for 79 dwellings and an adjoining full proposal for the provision of associated open space both on agricultural land outside a Suffolk village have been refused for harm to the significance and setting of nearby heritage assets, the appearance and character of the area and the living conditions of future residents from noise and disturbance. The inspector took a precautionary approach and cited a lack of sufficient evidence to disprove some of the harm she identified.

This content can be viewed only by subscribers. Please sign in below or subscribe for full access

Sign in below

This page provides single sign-on for PlanningResource, DCP Online and COMPASS Online.

Having trouble signing in?

Forgotten password?

Refer to our Frequently Asked Questions. If you still require assistance:

For individual planning subscriptions please contact Customer Support at 
planning.support@haymarket.com

For DCP Online, COMPASS Online and Corporate Planning subscriptions please contact dcs@haymarket.com

Don't Have an Account?

Take out a subscription today

Not sure yet? Take a free trial to PlanningResource

To discuss corporate subscriptions, call us on 01452 835820.

Planning Subscriber Activation

I subscribe to Planning - activate my subscription

Planning subscription expired? Call 0208 267 8121, or email us to renew