Public Consultation

Phase 1 Consultation will be live from 20 November 2020 to 11 December 2020

Suffolk County Council manage the formal public consultation process, which Quiet Lanes Suffolk assist.

For the current QLS Programme, we anticipate up to four public consultation windows over the 12 month timescale:

  1. Phase 1 - Trial Process: commencing 20 November 2020 through to end of 11 December 2020

    1. Restricted to Glemsford and Snape Parishes

    2. The purpose is to test the new process and create template documentation for use in Phase 2

  2. Phase 2 - Mass Designation - refer to The Plan for dates:

    1. Wave 1: 2021Q1 - The initial batch of bulk designations to be consulted on

    2. Wave 2: 2021Q2 - The second batch of designation requests, subject to available resources, time and funds

    3. Wave 3: 2021Q3 - The final batch of designation requests, subject to available resources, time and funds

View the Phase 1 Public Consultation

A digital copy of the order is available here > QLS Phase 1 Public Consultation Pack

A copy of the order and maps showing the lengths of road affected, together with the Council’s reasons, can be provided via email or can be viewed at Constantine House, 5 Constantine Road, Ipswich, IP1 2DH, by prior appointment.

Email requests to George.Firth@suffolk.gov.uk

Comment on a Quiet Lane Public Consultation

Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposal should do so in writing by the end of 11 December 2020

NB. You should be aware that any written representation will be publicly available for inspection.

Send a representation by email

Send a comment by email to George.Firth@suffolk.gov.uk

Please provide your name and address.

Send a representation by post

Please send your comments by post to:

c/o George Firth,
Disputes, Education & Employment Team,
Constantine House,
5 Constantine Road,
Ipswich,
IP1 2DH.

Please provide your name and address.

Speak at a committee meeting

Some quiet lane designation applications are decided on at the Development and Regulation Committee.

Dates of upcoming meetings are published on the Development and Regulation Committee page.
Follow
the guidance on public speaking at meetings if you want to comment on an application.

More information

Email George.Firth@suffolk.gov.uk for further information or advice.