Barham park development proposals withdrawn by developer, following objections from Sudbury Councillors and residents

We’re pleased to confirm that the developer has today (19 May) withdrawn the application to develop on 776 and 778 Harrow Road, near Barham Park. This follows detailed objections submitted by Sudbury Councillors and residents.

In a previous post, we shared details of detailed objections we had logged to a planning application to develop two buildings in Barham Park, Sudbury. Many local residents have been in touch to raise concerns and have lodged their own objections.

We are delighted to confirm that we have just been informed the developer has now withdrawn the application. This will be updated on the Council’s planning portal as soon as possible, but we have been advised we can share the great news now.

This is great news for Sudbury and its residents, and we’d like to thank all those many residents who got in touch to raise concerns about the development as proposed.

We will continue to work with residents to secure developments which work for residents, preserving and enhancing our vital green spaces, and providing residents with the genuinely affordable, family housing which our community needs.

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