A message from Reydon Action Group for the Environment (RAGE).

At 7:00pm  on Monday 4 November 2019 in Reydon Village Hall.

In September 2018, Waveney's Planning Committee voted by a majority of 1 to give outline planning permission for 69 houses on the St Felix School playing fields.

That decision was made in the teeth of overwhelming public opposition and on the basis of seriously misleading reports from Planning Officers.

Where are we now?

The Planning Committee's decision has not been finalised and we are not about to give up after 4 years.

This is not just about St Felix playing fields. If this decision is allowed to stand, no part of our Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) will be safe from development.

Waveney District Council, which has now merged with Suffolk Coastal Council to form East Suffolk Council, cannot be trusted to protect the AONB. We can and will!

We need your support.

If you care about your local environment please come along and hear the latest news about the campaign and the other environmental issues in Reydon and Southwold. The meeting will be attended by our Ward Councillor David Beavan and Michael Ladd, our representative on Suffolk County Council.

For more details, and if you would like to make a donation to the campaign, please visit our website www.reydonrage.com or find us on Facebook.