Saxmundham Neighbourhood Plan

Transport & mobility

While Saxmundham benefits from a popular railway station, it suffers from declining public transport services, some town centre traffic problems, and a lack of good or (in places) safe pedestrian and bicycle access routes.  New housing estates are not well linked to the town centre.  Is it now time to think about pedestrianizing part of the centre, or one-way traffic schemes?  In short, Saxmundham needs a coherent transport and mobility plan.

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

 

Public meeting on our Town Centre & Local Economy – Thursday 1st November, 7 p.m. Market Hall

23/10/2018

Come and join us on Thursday 1st November at the Market Hall - tell us your thoughts and ideas on how to make Saxmundham a successful town - from the... 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 draft Local Plan launched by District Council for consultation over summer holiday – let us know YOUR views

27/07/2018

The new draft Local Plan was published by Suffolk Coastal District Council on Friday 20th July.  It offers a consultation period that closes on 14th September – in other words,... more...