Given the restrictions imposed by the Common Ground Regulations, Historic buildings, Local Green Space and concerns over surface water discharge, there are no plans for any development in Stuston Village.
41 people completed the survey for Stuston out of a total of 961. The results can be viewed below.
As a result of the survey, a number of sites and local green spaces have been put forward, and we are required to survey the local community again.
We plan to run a second survey for these during November - so watch this space!
Issues & Options (1) Consultation Feedback, Nov 2020
Stuston is a village and civil parish in in the north of Mid Suffolk, just south of Diss on the intersection of the A140 and the A143.
The settlement has very few of its own community assets although those with means of transport will have easy access its neighbouring larger settlements such as Diss and Eye.
The parish retains its church, All Saints, which is one of 38 round tower churches in the county.
The north of the parish is dominated by Diss Golf Club which separates Stuston from the town of Diss itself.
Stuston is well connected with the A143 and A140 passing through and close proximity to Diss Railway station whose trains come Norwich to Ipswich and then on to London
Stuston Steering Group representatives: Steve Leigh and Roger Greenacre
Speed and volume of traffic through the village
Lack of footpaths and cycle routes to Diss
Affordable and sustainable housing needed