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Hundreds have their say on new development in Stowmarket and Sudbury

PUBLISHED: 08:58 19 October 2017

Sudbury town centre. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Sudbury town centre. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

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More than 800 people have already had their say on how Stowmarket and Sudbury should develop in the future at exhibitions in the towns.

The ‘Vision for Prosperity’ for the two towns is a document prepared by Mid Suffolk and Babergh councils to try to find out how people living in or near the two largest towns in the districts want to seem them develop.

Now hard copies of the exhibition can be viewed at the following locations: Sudbury Library, Sudbury Town Hall, Great Cornard Library, Glemsford Library, Long Melford Library, Stowmarket Library, Stowmarket Town Hall, Needham Market Library, Elmswell Library, and council office, 54 Ipswich Street, Stowmarket

These are also available online at www.midsuffolk.gov.uk/vfpstowmarket and www.babergh.gov.uk/vfpsudbury

Additional comments on the projects are invited before 5pm on the 10th of November by e-mail to ecodev@baberghmidusffolk.gov.uk

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