East Suffolk Council secures major Government funding to continue its work to tackle homelessness in East Suffolk.
A four-year programme of physical improvements, community engagement and cultural activities designed to regenerate Lowestoft’s high street and town centre will begin next month.
Pre-lockdown garden waste collections is set to restart in East Suffolk later this month after being impacted by Covid-19.
Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say on the proposed renewal of two Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) which are due to expire early next year.
East Suffolk Council has welcomed a decision to dismiss developer’s appeal on proposed Rendlesham development.
On Monday 14 September, East Suffolk Council is to re-open the Marina Customer Services Centre for appointments, with strict hygiene protocols in place to ensure the safety of customers and council staff.
Following an independent examination of the Suffolk Coastal Local Plan, East Suffolk Council have been told it is ‘sound’ by a Government-appointed inspector.
According to a recent report, East Suffolk Council has one of the best records in the country for tackling energy efficiency in private homes to help tackle fuel poverty and carbon emissions.
Temporary flood barriers which will reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft will be tested on Tuesday 8 September in readiness for the winter season.
East Suffolk Council will continue to seek the best possible outcome for its residents as proposals for a new nuclear power station at Sizewell are progressed.