September 24, 2021
Last Updated on September 24, 2021
We have just secured planning approval for 28 new homes in Fressingfield. The site benefited from outline approval but was in a tricky location on the edge of a village and a number of other sites within the village have recently been refused permission. The scheme was applauded by the local planners for its respect of the local architecture and vernacular with sympathetic designs interwoven with landscaped amenity spaces.
Fressingfield is a village in the North of Suffolk, located 12 miles to the east of Diss in the bordering county of Norfolk, and close by to the market towns of Harleston and Halesworth. It is a picturesque country village surrounded by farmland, with several churches, independent shops and pubs. There is also a vineyard (one of the smallest in the UK) owned by Oak Hill Wines.