Many people that live in Hadleigh would like to have a new Tesco and have got in touch to tell us.
Babergh District Councillors will vote on whether the plans are approved and before that happens, the council needs to hear from as many people as possible so they know how much local support there is - it is vital that you let them have your views.
This is a collection of links and contact details for you to use and contact councillors, the media and the local planning authority to make your views known. Please take a minute to write a letter or send an email.
The first thing you should do is send your support and views to Babergh Council which will make the decision to grant planning permission.
You can contact Mr. Nick Ward, Chief Planning Control Officer, Natural and Built Environment Division, Babergh DC, Corks Lane, Hadleigh, Ipswich, IP7 6SJ. You need to provide your contact details, and why you think the store plan should be approved should also quote the reference B/08/00311/FUL.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
District councillors represent you on Babergh Council and have a say on what the community is saying when a decision is made. Who represents you depends on where you live, but why not contact:
If you live in the south of Hadleigh (south of George Street and Duke Street)
Or if you live in the north, you can contact:
Some areas just outside the town are represented by other councillors, you can find out who by going to http://www.councillor.gov.uk/
The local papers often print letters on the plans and you can have your views heard by writing to the papers, why not take a minute to tell them what you think?