We are sorry if you have been inconvenienced by any of the changes to our service during restrictions for COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We will not respond to comments and complaints about these restrictions. Please see our COVID-19 webpage for information and updates on the council’s response to the virus.
Maintenance of grassed areas in public open spaces and housing areas is undertaken by our partners Norse.Read more about "Grass cutting"...
Pre-application advice is a good way of getting feedback on your development proposals and can increase your chances of submitting a successful planning application. The advice provided will guide you through the issues and policies relevant to your scheme, based on the information submitted with the request.Read more about "Pre-application planning advice"...
|Anglia Revenues Partnership|
|Anti social behaviour|
|Building control fees and quotations|
|Community Infrastructure Levy|
|Community Safety Partnerships|
|Compliments, comments and complaints|
|Council housing repairs|
|Design and conservation|
|East Suffolk Greenprint Forum|
|East Suffolk Norse|
|Food and safety|
|Gateway to Homechoice|
|Media and press enquiries|
|Out of hours contact information|
|Planning policy and delivery|
|Private sector housing|
|Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs)|
|Rights of way|
|Sizewell C project|
|Suffolk Coastal Disability Forum|
|Suffolk Coast Recreational Disturbance Avoidance and Mitigation Strategy (RAMS)|
|Trees and landscape|
|Warm Homes Healthy People|
|Waveney Disability Forum|
When someone close to you has died, there are a lot of things that need to be done at a time when you least feel like doing them.Read more about "Tell Us Once"...
We work in partnership with other councils in the county through the Suffolk Waste Partnership and the Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy for Suffolk which is the strategic framework for the management of municipal waste in Suffolk.Read more about "Suffolk Waste Partnership"...
Help to Buy is the government’s range of low cost home ownership schemes developed to make home ownership more affordable.Read more about "Help to Buy low cost home ownership"...
We recognise that partnership working is an essential part of this enabling role. We have successfully worked with the registered providers of social housing, voluntary organisations, Norfolk County Council, parish councils, private developers, other local authorities and the Homes and Communities Agency in order to prove the need for, plan and deliver all kinds of affordable housing within the district.Read more about "Enabling affordable housing"...
This policy is currently being reviewed and we hope to have an updated version available during Summer 2020.Read more about "Tenancy Strategy"...
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