Dear Suffolk County Council,
On the 26th February 2019 Gladman Developments wrote to you regarding their proposed development at Kedington Suffolk.
The letter was written by Sam Pugh and was in relation to local schools in the area.
Please can you forward to me any reply to this letter and any further exchanges between you and Gladman regarding this development.
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