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Southwold Harbour consultation open

1 May 2020

A public consultation is now open regarding the establishment of a Harbour Management Committee (HMC) for Southwold Harbour. 

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Have your say on proposed changes to the Suffolk Coastal Local Plan

1 May 2020

Local people and businesses are invited to have their say on proposed changes to the East Suffolk Council - Suffolk Coastal Local Plan.

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Permission granted to build Lowestoft’s third crossing

30 April 2020

Suffolk County Council’s planning application for the construction of the third crossing in Lowestoft has been approved.

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Have your say on proposed dog control order

30 April 2020

Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say on a new dog control order requiring dogs to be kept on leads in certain places within the district.

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Funding boost makes a difference for community groups tackling COVID-19

28 April 2020

Thanks to funding from councillors, East Suffolk Council has now paid out over £54,000 to local community groups as part of its response to COVID-19.

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Annual Meeting postponed

23 April 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, East Suffolk Council has taken the decision to postpone its Annual meeting, and new appointment to key roles and committees, until September.

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Reydon residents given more time to have their say

21 April 2020

People living and working in Reydon have been given more time to comment on their Neighbourhood Plan, following an extension to the consultation period.

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Over £16.6m paid to East Suffolk businesses to date

16 April 2020

East Suffolk Council has paid out COVID-19 business grants to 1,409 businesses in East Suffolk to date, worth a total of £16,685,000.

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Residents advised against releasing sky lanterns

15 April 2020

East Suffolk residents are urged not to release sky lanterns to show their appreciation for our NHS workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Residents asked to store decluttered items

9 April 2020

Residents are urged not to leave unwanted items beside clothing, textile and other bring banks.

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