We are very saddened to have learned that former Waveney District Council Chief Executive Malcolm Berridge MBE has passed away.
Thanks to the intervention of Waveney District Council, a neglected property which has been empty for more than 20 years will be refurbished and brought back into use.
People interested in the history of Lowestoft are invited to take part in a research project looking at the Scores.
Representatives from local businesses, community groups and charities are being asked to think about ideas to raise the profile of Lowestoft.
Members of the local community are invited to attend a wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
Work to demolish a row of beach huts in Lowestoft which were closed due to safety concerns is set to begin next week.
Young people from Lowestoft have joined in a campaign to help reduce the misery, cost, bad smells, potential flooding and pollution caused by avoidable pipe blockages.
Due to declining participation and increased costs to the public purse, it has been agreed that the Dip Farm pitch and putt golf course in Lowestoft will close later this month.
Waveney District Council, who own the course, and Sentinel Leisure Trust who manage the facility have agreed that despite considerable investment in the site and marketing campaigns to attract participants, a steady decline in use has left the partners with no choice.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into Suffolk County Council’s proposed Lake Lothing Third Crossing project in Lowestoft.
Sustrans, the charity that’s making it easier for people to walk and cycle, is working with Waveney District Council on an exciting new project. They’re investigating the viability of improving ‘access for all’ over the Normanston Railway Bridge.