Eye Airfield is a disused wartime airfield that lies in the north of the district, approximately 1 mile northwest of the small market town of Eye (pop. 2154 in 2013). The site is readily accessible by road from the A140, the main highway that connects Ipswich to Norwich. Twelve miles to the south, the A140 links to the A14, which is the main road connecting the port of Felixstowe to Cambridge and the Midlands. 2 miles to the north the A140 links to the A143, which links the site to Diss, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft.
Diss railway station is approximately three miles away with a main line service from Norwich to London Liverpool Street.
Nearby occupiers include Roy Humphrey, Transam Trucking, Stramit, Cranswick Country Foods (now on site constructing a major industrial complex), EPRL and the proposed Progress Power power station, the latter with planning permission.
Eye 1 mile
Ipswich 21 miles
Norwich 25 miles
Felixstowe 35 miles
London 100 miles
Easting: 612675 Northing: 274286
From Ipswich, head north along the A140 for approximately 14 miles and before reaching the village of Brome, turn right onto Castleton Way, signposted Eye. After 350 metres take a left hand turn onto Eye Airfield where the site will be located on the left hand side.
An agricultural Greenfield site extending to 11.04 acres situated at the southern tip of Eye Airfield.
The site adjoins the Norwich to Ipswich A140 at the junction with Castleton Way. Suffolk Country Council are actively seeking the necessary permission and funding for a new strategic roundabout here which re-enforces the vision that Eye Airfield will form the principal industrial hub in North Mid Suffolk.
Access to the site is along the established main runway shared with others.
The land has been designated as a key strategic site identified in Mid Suffolks Core Strategy focused review of 2012 and the Eye Airfield development framework of 2013.
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