Controversial plans to demolish two century-old cottages and build modern flats in their place will be heard on Thursday (November 7).
Havebury Housing Association has applied to destroy 85 and 87 High Street in Haverhill and build six flats and basement parking instead.
St Edmundsbury Council’s development control committee will decide on Thursday (November 7) whether or not to approve the plans, which are being opposed by Haverhill Town Council.
There will be an opportunity for the public to speak at the meeting, which starts at 10am at the council headquarters in West Suffolk House in Bury St Edmunds.
The planning application number is SE/13/0638/FULCA
For all the latest news see Thursday’s (November 7) Echo.