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In response to the challenges faced by local communities during the pandemic, East Suffolk Council has frozen its element of council tax for the coming year.Read more about "Council tax freeze to further support residents"...
A regional charity puts focus on mental health awareness amongst young people thanks to a donation from a local district councillor.Read more about "Donation helps raise mental health awareness"...
Residents and visitors to East Suffolk are being urged to ‘drink, feast, shop east’ this winter with a brand-new campaign created to boost local business.Read more about "Drink, feast and shop east this winter"...
East Suffolk Council has paid out over £14 million in the last week to local businesses affected by new national restrictions introduced by the Government as it continues to support them during the pandemic.
Our inspectors normally enforce health and safety standards by giving advice on how to comply with the law. Sometimes we must order people to make improvements by issuing them with an Enforcement Notice. If necessary, East Suffolk Council may prosecute recipients for non-compliance with a notice. Officers will follow East Suffolk Council’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy to decide on the most appropriate action to take.Read more about "Health and safety at work"...
If you, or someone you know, need help with accessing advice and support with the cost of living, please complete our online cost of living form. Please note that we aim to respond to your contact within 3 working days.Read more about "Food and essentials"...
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Councillor Tony Cooper
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