Metfield Parish Council Meeting held 12 April 2021

For Metfield Parish residents

Dates and Minutes of all meetings held by Metfield PC are available to view or download HERE.

For ALL interested parties, the Minutes of the Planning Meeting held on 12 April regarding Wakelyns Farm have just been uploaded. This includes Metfield PC’s uploaded response to the Planning Application. Follow the link above.

If you would like more information, you can visit the Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils website to see the full application details (with supporting documents), plus comments posted online by Objectors and Supporters HERE.

David Wolfe at Wakelyns is also happy to talk to anyone who would like to know more about their plans for the future of Wakelyns Farm.

In case of any misunderstanding, the village website is not attempting to persuade individuals to support or object to this planning application. The aim is to ensure that everyone is fully informed and, therefore, has the opportunity to make up their own mind and upload or send in any comments if they so wish.

If you do wish to comment, it is important to include your name and address and to make it clear whether you are supporting or objecting to the Planning Application. You should also include the Ref DC/21/01735.

Online comments need to be uploaded by 21 April at the latest (probably means by 20 April to be on the safe side).

Letters can be sent to arrive by 20 April, addressed to:
Alex Scott
Planning Yellow
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils
Endeavour House
8 Russell Road
Ipswich IP1 2BX

Tel: 03001234000
Ref DC/21/01735

Or email Alex Scott at:

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