Work recently undertaken by our coastal management team – Coastal Partnership East – with Zurich Flood Alliance and the London School of Economics is being showcased at a special COP26 exhibition, hosted by Universities UK.
East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on three new planning documents covering affordable housing, sustainable construction and cycling and walking.
Beginning on Monday 18 October, specialist contractors will be on site at Lowestoft North Beach to undertake detailed site investigations to locate and quantify oil deposits which have been in situ since the historic Eleni V spill in 1978.
Residents are invited to give their views on proposals to extend Beccles Cemetery and provide additional burial spaces to meet local need.
East Suffolk residents are urged to carry out thorough checks when buying a puppy, following investigations into illegal dog breeding in the district.
East Suffolk Council will begin to collect large items again from next week after temporarily suspending the service to prioritise household waste and recycling collections.
A free online event will take place later this month to explore how we can all work together to preserve and enhance biodiversity in East Suffolk.
More conservation areas are being created to benefit wildlife as part of East Suffolk Council’s commitment to increase biodiversity areas.
East Suffolk Council continues to tackle the impact of climate change as it works towards becoming carbon neutral.