This week regional charity Access Community Trust has confirmed plans to provide a helpful community service - that focuses on positive support for local people experiencing a hoarding disorder across East Suffolk.
Private renters in East Suffolk have had their say in a survey as part of East Suffolk Council’s plans to improve homes in the district.
Over £6million in contributions from new housing developments has been allocated to support the expansion of schools, leisure and health facilities in East Suffolk.
More affordable homes are now available to rent in East Suffolk following the Council’s purchase of ten new properties in north Lowestoft.
As part of its commitment to supporting people facing homelessness, East Suffolk Council has transformed a property in Lowestoft into specialist accommodation especially for former rough sleepers.