East Suffolk Council continues to support young people as it agrees to further funding for online employment service.
As part of a wider programme to regenerate the town, work has now started on the construction of brand new, exciting and contemporary beach huts on Lowestoft’s seafront.
Over 300 Suffolk businesses took part in the first ever Suffolk Growth annual survey, providing valuable information which will shape future programmes of business support.
The distressing scenes in Afghanistan during recent weeks reflect a terrible humanitarian crisis, which no-one could possibly ignore, and East Suffolk Council is committed to helping where it can. With this in mind, I would like to update councillors on the role we are playing, in partnership with others, to support displaced families and those fleeing persecution.
East Suffolk Council is taking further, proactive steps to reduce its impact on the environment by switching to an eco-friendly fuel for its fleet of vehicles. In the process this will cut its carbon emissions by around 90%.
Local residents are invited to comment on the Lound with Ashby, Herringfleet and Somerleyton Neighbourhood Plan, ahead of it being submitted for independent examination.
Voluntary and community groups in Carlton Colville, Kessingland, Southwold and surrounding villages are set to benefit as Community Partnership has opened a third round of funding scheme.
Waterlane Leisure Centre is set to benefit from further improvements as East Suffolk Council continues to invest in its leisure facilities.
Householders in East Suffolk are being reminded of their legal responsibility when disposing of their household waste, after a Suffolk resident was fined over £1,200.
Just under a month to go to enter the third Felixstowe Photo Competition.