A project which will provide protection from the risk of flooding to over 1,500 homes and businesses in Lowestoft takes a step forwards this week with the undertaking of marine investigation works in the outer harbour.
Households in East Suffolk are being reminded to follow bin guidelines as more household waste is created during national Covid-19 restrictions.
East Suffolk Council’s housing tenants can now manage their tenancy more easily using a new online service, launched today.
On-site coronavirus testing at workplaces with 250+ employees is being taken forward at a national level through the Department of Health and Social Care.
East Suffolk Council is delighted to confirm the appointment of a new company to manage its leisure facilities in the north of the district.
Hundreds of vulnerable people in East Suffolk are set to benefit from EAST bags which will help them stay active during winter months.
East Suffolk Council continues to tackle the impact of climate change as it works towards becoming carbon neutral.
A new campaign has been launched in Suffolk to help people get their recycling right.
East Suffolk Council has paid out over £14 million in the last week to local businesses affected by new national restrictions introduced by the Government as it continues to support them during the pandemic.
To ensure that household waste and recycling collections are prioritised, East Suffolk Council and East Suffolk Norse have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the bulky waste collection service.