The first ever East Suffolk Community Partnerships Annual Forum is being held virtually next month with a 5-day packed programme.
Starting this week, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), working with East Suffolk Council and other Suffolk councils, will be speaking to businesses to offer guidance and advice on how they can manage risk and protect workers, customers and visitors from COVID-19.
Felixstowe’s iconic Seafront Gardens has been awarded a coveted Green Flag for the fifth time.
As part of a comprehensive development programme to deliver vital new housing, East Suffolk Council is delighted to introduce six new shared-ownership properties to its housing stock – the first of their kind in the district.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council and the Mayor of Felixstowe have both condemned the actions of the people responsible for starting a fire which has caused extensive damage to a historic shelter on Felixstowe’s South Seafront.
East Suffolk Council is supporting people on low incomes and benefits who are required to self-isolate.
The regeneration of the East Point Pavilion in Lowestoft has taken a step forwards with the submission of a planning application from a team incorporating internationally renowned designers Hemingway Design and Hudson Architects.
A new £100,000 fund to help reduce the impact of Covid-19 on voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in East Suffolk has been announced.
East and West Suffolk have been placed on an East of England watchlist by Public Health England, due to a continuing rise of Covid-19 cases.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to take simple steps to protect their health, and the health of their families, from air pollution at home.