As part of its ambitious housing development programme, Waveney District Council has welcomed tenants into new council housing in Beccles and Bungay.Read more about "Council welcomes tenants to new developments"...
|Suffolk Coastal District Council economic development, tourism and regeneration strategy 2004-2009||2004||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership Strategy 2005-2008||2005||Suffolk Coastal Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership|
|Suffolk Coastal Corporate Plan 2005-2015||2005||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|East of England Plan||2008||Government Office for the East of England|
|Letter to Ipswich Borough Council 'Revocation of Regional Strategies'||August 2010||Department for Communities and Local Government|
|Suffolk Structure Plan 2001: Saved Policies||September 2007||Suffolk County Council|
Suffolk Minerals Core Strategy
|Suffolk Coastal Local Development Framework Core Strategy - Potential Directions for Strategic Growth East of Ipswich and Felixstowe/Walton and Trimley Villages Consultation (Regulation 25)||February 2008||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal Local Development Framework Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Preferred Options||December 2008||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal Local Development Framework Core Strategy and Development Management Policies - Housing Distribution – Updated Preferred Options 7/09 Consultation (Regulation 25)||September 2009||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal District Council Interim Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Development Plan Document – Interim Planning Policy||June 2010||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal District Council Reviewed Core Strategy Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Development Plan Document – Consultation Draft||November 2010||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Baseline data for the Sustainability Appraisal||2003 - 2004||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report prepared for the Core Strategy and Policies||February 2006||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report prepared for the Core Strategy and Policies and Site Specific Allocations||June 2006||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Felixstowe Profile||2007||Suffolk Acre|
|Annual Monitoring Report||2010||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Key Statistics Information||November 2010||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Adopted RSS Panel Report||June 2006||East of England Regional Assembly|
|Haven Gateway Framework for Growth||September 2007||Haven Gateway Partnership|
|Sustainable Futures : Integrated Sustainability Framework for the East of England||January 2009||Insight East|
|East of England Plan 2031 Draft Revision to the RSS for the East of England||2010||EERA|
|EiP RSS Single Issue Review, EERA submission Matter 1A: Overall Regional Need and Deliverability||East of England Regional Assembly|
|Statement of Joint Working from Ipswich Borough Council||May 2011||Ipswich Borough Council|
|Mid-Suffolk and Babergh letter confirming Joint Working Statement||May 2011||Mid-Suffolk District Council and Babergh District Council|
|Suffolk Coastal letter confirming Joint Working Statement||June 2011||Suffolk Coastal District Council|
|Section 106 Developers Guide to the Infrastructure Contributions in Suffolk||February 2012||Suffolk County, District and Borough Councils, NHS Suffolk, NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney, Suffolk Constabulary, The Broads Authority|
We are just weeks away from the new Garden Waste Collection Scheme in Suffolk Coastal going live.Read more about "Reminder - Garden Waste Collection changes soon!"...
Local business owners are invited to attend a free drop-in event and find out more about available grants, business advice and social media health checks.Read more about "Free drop-in event for local businesses"...
Under the Licensing Act 2003, local authorities became responsible for the licensing of alcohol and certain types of entertainment. We ensure that all licensable activities are carried out responsibly and according to the key licensing objectives (the prevention of crime and disorder, public safety, the prevention of public nuisance and the protection of children from harm).Read more about "Alcohol and entertainment licensing"...
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