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Things are going from bad to worse at the Broadland Gate development

PUBLISHED: 14:44 27 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:44 27 January 2017

'Things are going from bad to worse at the Broadland Gate development,' says Nadine Parfitt. Picture: Mike Page

'Things are going from bad to worse at the Broadland Gate development,' says Nadine Parfitt. Picture: Mike Page

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The developers have now decided to squash the idea of a hotel and pub on the site, but are still persisting about getting a petrol station and a take-a-way restaurant.

There could be a big problem with litter.

Now, to add insult to injury, they are going to apply for planning permission for a park for no less than 24 HGVs directly opposite Church Road.

This nightmare is going from bad to worse.

There was no mention of a lorry park at the initial meeting.

If you have any comments regarding this would you please send either an e-mail to t.tawell@pigeon.co.uk, or letter to: Pigeon Investment Management Ltd, Linden Square, 146 Kings Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 3DJ.

The final date for comments is January 31

Nadine Parfitt, Cullings Hill, Postwick.


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