Fight for SnOasis set to resume

A LANDSCAPE expert is set to give evidence to the fourth day of the SnOasis public inquiry when it resumes at Ipswich Corn Exchange tomorrow.

A LANDSCAPE expert is set to give evidence to the fourth day of the SnOasis public inquiry when it resumes at Ipswich Corn Exchange tomorrow.

The inquiry is expected to hear from Philip Russell-Vick, the fifth witness to be called by developers Onslow Suffolk in their case for the £300million winter sports complex at Great Blakenham.

Planning inspector John Gray is holding the inquiry to determine if the giant ski slope and leisure complex should be built at the former Mason's Quarry in Great Blakenham and if permission should be given to a nearby housing development and a new railway station for the village.