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Residents urged to view plans for factory

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Plans to build 100 homes on the site of a factory, which closed more than 10 years ago, will be available to view this weekend.

Redding Park Development is looking to redevelop land near Long Melford previously used by Bush Boake Allen flavourings plant.

Proposals will be on show at the Stafford Park site in Glemsford Road, Liston, on Saturday.

“I would urge everyone to look at the proposals with an open mind and way up the positives and negatives,” said Peter Turner, chairman of Long Melford Parish Council.

“We do not want to leave it in its current state.”

Outline plans for the site, which the Environment Agency is concerned may be contaminated from its time as a factory, include retaining some of the old buildings for community use.

Coaches to the site will be leaving the car park opposite Melford Hall from 10am until 2.30pm.

 

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