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Current Planning

Current Planning

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Hopkins Homes has a number of applications in progress for permission to build more quality developments in the East of England. You can find a brief summary of each proposal below, including links to find out more specific details.

Ipswich Road, Brantham

Hopkins Homes is preparing to submit a full application for up to 150 new homes on land south of Ipswich Road. The proposals will deliver new homes aligned to local needs, including affordable dwellings, public open space and the provision of a new car park to serve the Church and Nursery.

You can view the vision, details and proposed plans that were submitted to Babergh District Council in winter 2019, plus submit your comments and feedback on the portal website: www.ipswichroadbrantham.co.uk/

Park Road, Grundisburgh

Hopkins Homes is consulting the community on plans for a residential development of approximately 80 new homes to the south of Grundisburgh, on land to the west of Chapel Road and north of Park Road, ahead of the submission of a planning application.

The proposal has been designed to accord with the proposed allocation of the site for residential development within the forthcoming Suffolk Coastal Local Plan (Policy SCLP12.52).

The proposals include the provision of bungalows, smaller homes and family homes, with a third of them being affordable housing. They also include areas of public open space, drainage areas and landscaping with new trees and hedges.

The main vehicular access will be from Park Road, with a second private drive access to a small number of homes from Chapel Road. Pedestrian access and footways to support access to services and facilities in the village will be provided.

To find out more and to have your say www.parkroadgrundisburgh.co.uk/

Land at Pettistree, South of Wickham Market

Hopkins Homes is planning a residential development of up to 150 new homes in Pettistree Parish, immediately south of Wickham Market, between the B1438 High Street and Chapel Lane.

The site forms a proposed allocation for residential development in the forthcoming Suffolk Coastal Local Plan and the proposals include the provision of bungalows, smaller homes and family homes, with a third of them being affordable housing.

The proposals also include areas of public open space, a children’s play area, a landscaped buffer along the southern boundary and open spaces along the northern boundary adjacent to the recently developed homes around Morris Road.

Vehicle access will be from the B1438 (High Street) and there will be a footpath/cycleway link through to Chapel Lane.

To find out more and to have your say: visit www.landatpettistree.co.uk/