Parish Council (Suffolk)
that was adopted in 2013. This will have a major impact on what happens in Easton in future, including building development. The core development area is critical to the decision on numbers mandated to villages and towns. The Consultation Notice in 'Documents' is essential reading for anybody living in Easton. There is also a poster about Public Drop In Sessions. There is more information on the Review's website.
Easton Parish Council is consulted by Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) about all development in the Parish. The Parish Council discusses all planning applications at Council meetings and then gives its comments to the District Council. Applicants and anyone interested are encouraged to attend Parish Council meetings where an opportunity is always given to applicants and members of the public present to comment on planning applications.
SCDC is the planning authority and all planning applications affecting Easton are decided by SCDC.
SCDC posts all planning applications on its website, where interested parties can view documents and plans.
Click on the link below to view planning applications.
Type ‘Easton’ in the search box to find applications for the Parish.
contain information that explains the policies that are used by SCDC for decision making and determination of Planning Applications. They also explain how the authority is working towards meeting targets for increased housing stock in towns and villages within the district. These can be found in SCDC 'Local Plan' - Government 'National Planning Policy Framework'
A substantial part of Easton is a Conservation Area. There are many listed buildings in the parish generally. Suffolk Coastal District Council has a specific heritage web page, just click on the link below:
This web page provides guidance to owners of historic buildings and properties within Conservation Areas.
Click on the link below to access Suffolk Coastal District Council Planning's web page, which has information about the planning process, planning applications, planning policy, heritage and more.