East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on a draft Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule which sets out the amount developers pay to fund new and improved infrastructure.
Residents from the Beccles area are invited to find out more about the broad range of health and wellbeing support and services available to them locally at free event.
With over 1,000 tonnes of collected recycling rejected in East Suffolk each year, costing the council thousands of pounds each month, residents are being asked to do their bit and make sure they put the right items into the right bin.
COP26 is a perfect opportunity for all of us to stop and to think about what sort of future we want for ourselves and our children.
Work recently undertaken by our coastal management team – Coastal Partnership East – with Zurich Flood Alliance and the London School of Economics is being showcased at a special COP26 exhibition, hosted by Universities UK.
Festival-style pilot markets to take place in Saxmundham, Halesworth, Leiston and Beccles starting in December 2021.
Over £100,000 has been agreed for innovative new project which supports young people in rural areas of East Suffolk.
The number of long-term empty properties in East Suffolk has fallen by over 23% over the past 12 months as Council continues its work to tackle the issue.
East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on three new planning documents covering affordable housing, sustainable construction and cycling and walking.
Local communities in Framlingham, Wickham Market and surrounding villages are set to benefit as Community Partnership opens a second round of funding scheme.