Work is due to start on ‘The Ness’, the most easterly park in the UK, on 18 November 2019.
16 people have been removed from a disused pub in Lowestoft, after being found living in illegal and unsafe conditions.
Following a successful funding application to East Suffolk Council, a new carpet bowls group has been officially launched in Lowestoft.
The first of three Lowestoft properties, which have stood empty for several years due to low demand from tenants, has been put up for sale.
The first ever Cultural Strategy for Lowestoft was launched at a ‘Celebrating Culture on the Edge’ event at the Seagull Theatre on Thursday 10 October, with speakers from Arts Council England and Historic England and the Chief Executive of East Suffolk Council.
Following its successful debut last year, a one-day arts festival especially for young people is coming back to Lowestoft.
Temporary flood barriers which will reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft will be tested next week in readiness for the winter season.
Lowestoft’s town centre will receive a further boost thanks to funding of over £500,000, which will support regeneration and improvements in and around London Road.
Starting today, visitors to Lowestoft will be able to enjoy a wealth of free events celebrating the town’s unique history.
East Suffolk Council is delighted that Lowestoft has been chosen to benefit from funding as part of the Government’s £3.6 billion 'New Towns Fund', following an announcement this morning.