Saxmundham Neighbourhood Plan

Environment & energy

Saxmundham is a gateway to an area of great environmental importance as well as natural beauty.  As the town expands, our fine surrounding landscape comes under increasing pressure.  We need to ensure that future development is not at the expense of our local environment.  Local wildlife and ecology, green open spaces, allotments and community gardens, recycling, green energy and energy-efficient buildings – all these are key to an attractive, sustainable Saxmundham.

For information or volunteering for our working group, contact: saxmundhamplan@gmail.com

 

Next draft of Suffolk Coastal DC’s Local Plan unveiled

26/11/2018

Timetable for Local Plan - which has big impact on SaxmundhamLast week, the next draft of Suffolk Coastal District Council’s Local Plan was unveiled, ready to be discussed by its... more...

Sax Town Council press release on local plan – rejects District’s plan for new 800 home “Garden Neighbourhood”

12/09/2018

Here is the text of the Saxmundham Council press release on its Response to the Suffolk Coastal District Council draft Local Plan.The press release can be downloaded from the town... more...

Sax Town Council’s rejects key elements of draft Local Plan – and reminder, deadline is this Friday for responses!

If you want to give Suffolk Coastal District Council your views on the first draft Local Plan – and especially its impact on Saxmundham – remember that THE LAST DAY... more...

Tomorrow (Tuesday) 4 – 7.30 p.m. Market Hall Drop-in Session – District Council officers to explain new Local Plan proposals

30/07/2018

There's a drop-in session at the Market Hall tomorrow from 4 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. It's organised by Suffolk Coastal District Council to inform all interested about their new draft... more...

New District Council Local Plan will propose new “South Saxmundham Garden Neighbourhood” – including 800 new dwellings

06/07/2018

The Saxmundham Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group has just received a draft of the District Council officers’ report due to go very soon to the elected councillors’ Cabinet for approval.  It... more...