East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on new planning document which seeks to protect and enhance the district’s historic environment.
East Suffolk Council is preparing to help residents stay safe when casting their votes in next year’s local elections.
Two innovative projects which help East Suffolk residents in housing need have been shortlisted for prestigious national awards.
Local people are being asked to have their say on housing and leisure proposals for the former Deben High School site in Felixstowe.
To coincide with the easing of national coronavirus restrictions which will enable a wide range of businesses to reopen, free 30-minute parking will be available in 48 of East Suffolk Council’s car parks from Friday.
As national coronavirus restrictions are lifted from tomorrow (Wednesday 2 December), shoppers across East Suffolk can now look forward to returning to the high street in the run up to Christmas.
East Suffolk Council’s leisure centres are preparing to re-open next week following the Government’s announcement that nationwide restrictions are being lifted.
Residents and visitors are being urged to take care when visiting the East Suffolk coast after a child was seen playing at the base of cliffs.
East Suffolk Council continues to put the environment first as it approves new guidance which tackles the impact development can have on the environment.
Supported by Suffolk County Council, East Suffolk Council and Community Action Suffolk, the East Suffolk Community and Adult Learning Network is offering two free webinar sessions on Tuesday 8 December. The sessions, delivered via Zoom, are open to any learning provider or community group who offer formal or informal learning.