SPS has never been more relevant as we fight to secure the best planning outcomes for Suffolk.
The challenges of climate change and addressing the housing crisis, while making an economic recovery from the global pandemic, raises significant risks for our countryside and our world famous historic towns and villages.
We support the nation’s vital march towards Net Zero, and recognise the economic realities that the country is facing, but we seek to mitigate the most harmful environmental impacts and push proposers and decision makers for the benefit of future generations.
SPS news – May 2023 campaign bulletin
This month’s round-up includes our response to the government’s review of planning policy on major energy projects and our...Read Article
A rooftop revolution: turning possibility into reality
SPS is supporting CPRE’s campaign to urge the government to fully realise the potential of solar on rooftops and other...Read Article
New National Grid review to include offshore options
SPS welcomes last week’s announcement by National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) of a review of transmission networks in...Read Article
We are passionate about Suffolk's rich heritage and offer support and encouragement to all those who care about their historic environment. The county's built heritage has a cultural, environmental and economic importance which cannot be overestimated.Read More
The government has committed to increasing house building. We work to influence planning decisions to ensure that the thousands of new homes required in Suffolk are well designed, in sustainable locations with minimal impact on the landscape.Read More
We support renewable energy projects which minimise harm to the landscape and to heritage. We support communities and highlight concerns about the scale and cumulative impacts of nuclear, off shore wind, and solar projects in the county.Read More