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.
East Suffolk Council’s housing tenants will soon be able to manage their tenancy more easily using a new online service, due to be launched later this year.
East Suffolk Council have adopted the Suffolk Coastal Local Plan - an ambitious strategy to guide and manage new development for the former Suffolk Coastal area in a sustainable and plan-led way.
East Suffolk Council has launched a campaign to reassure the people of East Suffolk that there are robust safety measures in place in the town centres – and encourage them to support local businesses safely and regularly, to keep the local economy healthy.
A local community café in Kesgrave, which hires vulnerable young people, purchases new easy-to-use coffee machine thanks to a grant from local councillor.
East Suffolk Council are pleased that the High Court has dismissed a claim against the authority regarding a planning application in relation to facilities at the Sizewell nuclear power plant.
Those interested in volunteering are being asked to step forward to help their local community take a smart approach to plastic waste as part of Suffolk Action Week.
East Suffolk Council has submitted its ‘relevant representation’ in respect of the Development Consent Order for Sizewell C nuclear power station to the Planning Inspectorate.
A campaign has been launched today to remind East Suffolk residents and visitors about the importance of staying safe on the coast.
Suffolk County Council will be investing £235,000 into Quiet Lanes Suffolk to support more active forms of travel as the county lives with the COVID-19 virus, as well as contributing to Suffolk’s local response to the climate emergency.