Saturday, 26 May 2012
GOLDEN KEY LATEST - Greene King lodges appeal
I was informed this week that Greene King has decided to appeal to the Secretary of State against the decision of the Ipswich Borough Council to stop the Golden Key being turned into a supermarket.
The main reason given for the appeal is that “the proposal will not have any unacceptable impact in respect to highway safety and will not lead to substantial additional vehicular traffic.”
I will be sending a representation to the Planning Inspector. Please let us know if there is anything you wish me to say or, alternatively, you can write to the Inspector yourself.
Details of the appeal
APPEAL BY: Greene King PLC
SITE: Golden Key Public House, 438 Woodbridge Road
PROPOSAL: Part demolition of existing buildings, change of use to retail unit (Class A1), installation of ATM facility, erection of extension, alterations and associated parking and servicing
APPLICATION REF: IP/12/00074/FUL
PINS REF: APP/R3515/A/12/2174644/NWF
If you wish to make your own representations, you should send 3 copies of your letter to: The Planning Inspectorate, 3/09 Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN by 14th June 2012, quoting the PINS REF above.
Alternatively, there is an online service that you can use to comment on this appeal: On line service here