Snoasis meeting to discuss inquiry

A MEETING was today due to be held to lay the foundations for a public inquiry in to the multi-million pound SnOasis project.Representatives from Mid-Suffolk District Council, developers Onslow Suffolk and the SnOasis Concern action group, were expected to attend the meeting, which will set the ball rolling for a full public inquiry which begins on January 23.

A MEETING was today due to be held to lay the foundations for a public inquiry in to the multi-million pound SnOasis project.

Representatives from Mid-Suffolk District Council, developers Onslow Suffolk and the SnOasis Concern action group, were expected to attend the meeting, which will set the ball rolling for a full public inquiry which begins on January 23.

A spokesman for the council said: “It is the first in a series of meetings and will allow everyone to have a bit of an input and make sure everything is in place before the official procedure begins.”

All parties were expected to be outlining to the planning inspector some of the details of what their arguments for and against will be.


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Today's meeting was being held at the Mid Suffolk District Council offices in Needham Market.

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