East Suffolk Council in conjunction with other partner organisations is providing support to single homeless people and people sleeping rough in East Suffolk, during the winter period.
The first of three Lowestoft properties, which have stood empty for several years due to low demand from tenants, has been put up for sale.
East Suffolk Council is delighted to be providing funding of nearly half a million pounds to help build new affordable homes in a village where people are finding it hard to get on the housing ladder.
Residents interested in renting a new affordable home in Aldeburgh are invited to attend an information event next week.
At a cost of around £275,000, the installation of a brand new sprinkler system has been completed at St Peters Court in Lowestoft; East Suffolk’s only residential tower block.
East Suffolk Council is to spend almost £300,000 providing accommodation for rough sleepers and those facing homelessness in Felixstowe and Lowestoft.
The East Suffolk and Ipswich Building Control Partnership is celebrating after winning two awards in recognition of their excellent collaborative work with local builders, architects and developers.
Several vulnerable people have been moved to safety after dangerous living conditions were discovered during a multi-agency inspection in East Suffolk.
East Suffolk residents are invited to an information event in Wickham Market to find out more about affordable housing for the over 60s.
Residents interested in renting a new affordable home in Melton are invited to attend an information event next week.