A demonstration has been held in protest at plans to build nearly 400 homes on land near Newmarket racecourse.
Developers say the project will meet housing demand and have little adverse impact on the surrounding area.
However, The Newmarket Horsemen's Group, which led today's protest, says the development at Hatchfield Farm would threaten the future of the racing industry, which employs more than 8,000 people in the area.
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Campaigners from the horse racing industry in Newmarket will hold a demonstration today over plans to build around 400 homes on farmland near the town.
The Newmarket Horseman's Group says the development at Hatchfield Farm would threaten the future of the racing Industry which employs 8,000 people in the area.
But the developer argues the scheme will help meet the demand for housing. Councillors will make a decision on the plans next week.