In July 2019, East Suffolk Council unanimously voted to declare a climate emergency. Environmental sustainability is essential in the creation of homes and communities in which people want to live and work. Lowering our carbon footprint will help our tenants save money and deliver lasting environmental, social, and economic benefits.Read more about "Sustainability in housing"...
Following the success of a trial last year, council-owned cemeteries across East Suffolk will now be managed in a new way, ensuring the needs of both communities and wildlife are catered for.
The creation of a new trading company in East Suffolk – delivering crucial services such as waste and recycling collection, grounds maintenance and street cleansing – has moved a step closer with the appointment of its first Managing Director and confirmation of the organisation’s trading name.Read more about "Managing Director appointed to lead East Suffolk Services"...
Preparation for the construction of tidal flood walls in Lowestoft is now underway as work begins on the main site compound and base.
The tidal flood walls are part of the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project, which when completed will protect 1,500 homes and 800 businesses. Construction on the tidal flood walls is due to begin in the spring.
Full stage routes for this year’s Women’s Tour have today been released, revealing a race that looks set to go down to the wire.Read more about "The Women's Tour is coming to Suffolk!"...
Public inquiry to be held as a virtual event
Opening on 30 June 2020 at 10.00am
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