Due to declining participation and increased costs to the public purse, it has been agreed that the Dip Farm pitch and putt golf course in Lowestoft will close later this month.
Waveney District Council, who own the course, and Sentinel Leisure Trust who manage the facility have agreed that despite considerable investment in the site and marketing campaigns to attract participants, a steady decline in use has left the partners with no choice.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into Suffolk County Council’s proposed Lake Lothing Third Crossing project in Lowestoft.
Sustrans, the charity that’s making it easier for people to walk and cycle, is working with Waveney District Council on an exciting new project. They’re investigating the viability of improving ‘access for all’ over the Normanston Railway Bridge.
Local business owners are invited to find out how they could get involved in a major new festival taking place in Lowestoft next year.
Suffolk County Council has announced that leading civil engineering contractor, BAM Nuttall, has won the contract for the first stage of completing the Lake Lothing Third Crossing in Lowestoft. The contract will start on 1 November 2018.
A new heritage and creative arts project has launched across East Suffolk, offering residents the opportunity to become involved in the Lowestoft, Dunwich and Ipswich areas.
A ceremony has been held in dedication of a Lowestoft woman killed in the town during World War Two.
The site of the former Wessex Foods factory has been brought back to life as a new business and enterprise park for local businesses to grow and flourish as it celebrates its official opening today. With a project budget of £6.5million, the site occupies two acres of land and comprises of 17 business units of differing sizes.
A Service of Remembrance will be held on Sunday 11 November in Lowestoft and everyone is welcome to attend.
Local councils have responded with frustration and concern following the announcement that Anglian Water will commence emergency roadworks in Station Square, Lowestoft from Monday 1 October.
The utility company have confirmed that the work is taking place because of damage to a sewer. As part of these repairs, a single-lane road closure - from the junction of Denmark Road/Katwijk Way to the junction with Battery Green Road - will be in place for up to five weeks and diversions enforced.
Suffolk County Council and Waveney District Council have spoken with Anglian Water and while both accept that the works must take place, they are determined to ensure they are concluded quickly.