What’s happening in and around the Village

21st July 2020

22.7.20

Councillors at this meeting voted unanimously to refuse the application DC/20/01717

Please be aware that there is a Planning application in your parish on the agenda for the virtual meeting on 22 July 2020

The Mid Suffolk Development Control A Committee will be meeting on Wednesday 22 July 2020 at 9:30 via a Teams Video Call, to discuss and decide upon applications.

The agenda is available to view online at the link below:

MSDC Development Control A Agenda 22.07.2020

The Parish Council will be allowed 3 minutes to speak under the public speaking arrangements as detailed in the speaking arrangements as linked below. Attendees will only be allowed to speak if they have registered at least one working day prior to the meeting.

MSDC Public Speaking Charter

If you are wishing to speak on the application please inform the committee Officer (Robert Carmichael) prior to the meeting so that you can be invited to the Teams call and further details can be provided. 

The meeting will be live streamed to the Councils’ YouTube page as linked below

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSWf_0D13zmegAf5Qv_aZSg

If you have any questions, please contact us at committees@baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk

 


20/07/2020

APPLICATION BY ST EDMUND'S TERRACE

ie St Edmund's Monument

Plannimg Application adjacent to Abbey Terrace
Mid Suffolk District Council planning application number DC/20/01717.

 

There are those in the village who feel that the St Edmund's Monument is sacrosanct and were astonished that the MSDC Planning Department approved the application in 2017 to build up to 4 houses adjacent to the monument which is also on a green field site in between two conservation areas. It seemed that listing of the Monument had not previously been sought, possibly because no one thought planning to build houses would be given around this historical site.

MSDC did not seek comment from Suffolk Preservation Society nor MSDC Heritage Dept.

On 22nd July the application is going in front of MSDC planning committee. If you feel you would like to object  to this application please lobby the committee members on:

https://baberghmidsuffolk.moderngov.co.uk/mgMeetingAttendance.aspx?ID=2767

 

The Swan Inn of Hoxne

Hoxne’s pub opened its doors again yesterday Saturday 4th July

“Today is the day.  We finally get to see all our friends and customers old and new”

For more details go to http://www.facebook.com/lisamick/

 

St Peter & St Paul Church with St Edmund

There was a Holy Communion service at the church this morning, 5th July for the first time since the lock down in March. We are reminded that our own St Edmund is patron saint of pandemics, as well as the Hoxne Church. Details of future services to follow

 

Hoxne Parish Council

The PC continues to meet regularly once a month via a video conferencing link. Members of the public are still welcome to observe or to forward any comments prior to the meetings to Sarah Foote, Parish Clerk.

For further information including agenda’s and minutes go to

http://hoxne.onesuffolk.net or

tel: 07881 963195

 

The Hoxne Neighbourhood Development Plan

Work has begun on this policy document, which will guide development and protect open spaces in the village.

“The NDP will enable our community to create a shared vision and plan for our area.  It will enable the parish community to choose where we want appropriate new homes, businesses, and local amenities to be developed or protected.  You can have your say on what Hoxne will look like for years to come”.

For further information go to: http://hoxneneighbourhoodplan.co.uk