Public information events to consult on route options for a new road to the north of Ipswich have attracted more than 2,000 people.
At a cost of around £275,000, the installation of a brand new sprinkler system has been completed at St Peters Court in Lowestoft; East Suffolk’s only residential tower block.
Framlingham is about to go digital with the launch of a new free public wifi system!
Initial feedback suggests local community representatives are not yet convinced by EDF Energy’s Stage 4 proposals.
East Suffolk Council has voted unanimously to step up its positive work on environmental issues to help fight climate change.
Local people are invited to the official reopening of two popular play areas in Felixstowe following refurbishment!
New ‘wayfinding’ signs have been installed in Nicholas Everitt Park through a joint project between East Suffolk Council and Oulton Broad Parish Council.
Visitors to this week’s Latitude Festival are encouraged to stay safe and avoid the risks associated with harmful drugs.
East Suffolk Council is to spend almost £300,000 providing accommodation for rough sleepers and those facing homelessness in Felixstowe and Lowestoft.
EDF Energy has today opened a period of further consultation on Sizewell C in response to requests for further options and more information on a number of topics.