Members of the Royal Anglian Regiment are being trained to support deployment of the temporary flood barriers that reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft in the event of a tidal surge.
A ten-year investment plan, which sets out the ambitions for the future of Lowestoft, has been submitted to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Construction work at The Ness, the UK’s most easterly park, has now been completed! Our contractor, Blakedown Landscapes has completed all works including the foot ramp, which connects the new park to the seafront and with the UK’s most easterly location, Ness Point.
Local businesses are being offered the unique opportunity to trade within the redesigned East Point Pavilion in Lowestoft, which once complete will be managed by the organisers of the First Light Festival.
The regeneration of the East Point Pavilion in Lowestoft has taken a step forwards with the submission of a planning application from a team incorporating internationally renowned designers Hemingway Design and Hudson Architects.
East Suffolk Council is celebrating the award of three quarters of a million pounds in Government funding to invest in capital projects in Lowestoft.