Borrow pit proposal held to contribute to sustainable delivery of road scheme

Suffolk County Council has granted permission for a borrow pit to provide 30,000 cubic metres of sand and gravel for a road scheme in Bury St Edmunds, concluding that the detrimental effects were short term.

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