Leader of East Suffolk Council, Cllr Steve Gallant has issued the following statement:
Supported by funding from East Suffolk Council, a new intergenerational event launched this week bringing preschool children together with older members of the Nacton and Bucklesham community.
Work has officially started at ‘The Ness’, the most easterly park in the UK.
A new trial is underway to help people living in rented properties in East Suffolk who may be struggling with hoarding.
An innovative and progressive scheme, established to provide critical funding for projects which local people want and need most of all, will begin allocating money next week.
Planning permission for the construction of flood defences, which will reduce the risk of tidal flooding for people and properties in Lowestoft, has been granted.
Next Wednesday, Full Council will consider a report, prepared by an independent panel, which recommends an increase to the allowances that councillors receive.
The world’s top cyclists will return to Suffolk this June as the county hosts the final stage of The Women’s Tour on Saturday 13 June.
Following a successful funding application to East Suffolk Council, a local flower arranging group has hosted a wreath-making workshop to bring the Kesgrave community together.
Councils in Suffolk are ramping up activity in order to take on responsibility for local parking management from 6 April 2020.