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A hidden agenda?

PUBLISHED: 13:52 25 March 2008 | UPDATED: 19:59 05 July 2010

I AM a regular sailor into Lowestoft and have recently been informed about the new Brooke Peninsula development.

On questioning the local authorities they said they have advertised this development in The Journal.

I AM a regular sailor into Lowestoft and have recently been informed about the new Brooke Peninsula development.

On questioning the local authorities they said they have advertised this development in The Journal.

As this development, with its pedestrian bridge, will concern all interested sailing people over the whole of East Anglia, the Netherlands and Great Britain, should not this development be advertised in the wider media?

Lowestoft with its very obvious north to south traffic problems must have a third crossing. That is a separate issue which must not be used to confuse with this other development with its pedestrian bridge.

Is there a hidden agenda, ie the less information and the greatest difficulty to obtain new means we will run out of time for a full discussion of this development?

I am not necessarily against it but I think the public and sailing fraternity need more information widely and openly advertised.

PETER HOWKINS

Back Lane

Upton


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