|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Ashfield Place (TM202616)|
|Distance:||12.4 miles (20 km)|
|Met (1932):||B1113, A140, B1077, B1115|
|Now part of:||A1120|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1114 was the direct route between Stowmarket and Debenham in Suffolk.
In 1922 it left Stowmarket to the east and followed a winding route through Stowupland and Stonham Aspal to end in Debenham. Soon afterwards, it was extended east (following a short multiplex along the B1077) to end on the then-B1115 at Ashfield Place.
In 1935, the entire road was numbered as an extension of the B1115. Then in the 1950s the number was changed again. The section west of Stonham Aspal became part of the A1120; the rest was declassified as the A1120 found an east-west route avoiding Debenham. In more recent years the A1120 was cut back to the A45 (present A14) Stowmarket bypass and so the western end of the former B1114 is now numbered B1115 once more.