Young people from across East Suffolk have been learning more about potential careers through a series of fun skills initiatives delivered by East Suffolk Council and local organisations.
Temporary flood barriers which will reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft will be tested next week in readiness for the winter season.
The £4 million redevelopment of Leiston Leisure Centre was marked by an official reopening ceremony this week (Tuesday, 17 September 2019).
Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council have set out their concerns, expectations and areas of focus as part of a joint response to EDF Energy’s Stage 4 Sizewell C consultation.
Lowestoft’s town centre will receive a further boost thanks to funding of over £500,000, which will support regeneration and improvements in and around London Road.
Starting today, visitors to Lowestoft will be able to enjoy a wealth of free events celebrating the town’s unique history.
Development partner, Pulse Design & Build are bringing state-of-the-art leisure facilities to the site, as part of a £3.4 million scheme, ensuring that the venue is fit for purpose for decades to come.
East Suffolk Council is delighted that Lowestoft has been chosen to benefit from funding as part of the Government’s £3.6 billion 'New Towns Fund', following an announcement this morning.
Visitors to Lowestoft’s town centre will soon benefit from improved public conveniences, with refurbishment work on some of the most frequently used facilities scheduled to begin next week.
Residents interested in renting a new affordable home in Aldeburgh are invited to attend an information event next week.