The site of the former Wessex Foods factory has been brought back to life as a new business and enterprise park for local businesses to grow and flourish as it celebrates its official opening today. With a project budget of £6.5million, the site occupies two acres of land and comprises of 17 business units of differing sizes.
A Service of Remembrance will be held on Sunday 11 November in Lowestoft and everyone is welcome to attend.
Local councils have responded with frustration and concern following the announcement that Anglian Water will commence emergency roadworks in Station Square, Lowestoft from Monday 1 October.
The utility company have confirmed that the work is taking place because of damage to a sewer. As part of these repairs, a single-lane road closure - from the junction of Denmark Road/Katwijk Way to the junction with Battery Green Road - will be in place for up to five weeks and diversions enforced.
Suffolk County Council and Waveney District Council have spoken with Anglian Water and while both accept that the works must take place, they are determined to ensure they are concluded quickly.
A project promoting the unique history of North Lowestoft has been promoted as part of a national celebration of heritage.
Suffolk County Council is seeking views on proposals for the future of Record Office services in North East Suffolk.
Hudson Architects, a Norwich based award-winning architectural practice, have been appointed by Waveney District Council to bring forward an exciting redevelopment opportunity within Lowestoft town centre. The former Post Office building was purchased by the Council earlier this year with the intention of boosting regeneration in the town centre. The Council is keen to realise the opportunity this site has to offer and bring a much-loved building back into use. The building is a key redevelopment site within the town centre; its occupation will increase footfall in the surrounding area and provide much needed residential accommodation.
Older people living in and around Lowestoft are invited to find out more about the broad range of support services, clubs and activities available to them in the local area.
Residents with physical, sensory or learning difficulties or mental health problems, along with their parents and carers, are invited to attend an information event in Lowestoft next month.
Members of the Lowestoft community will come together on Saturday 21 July for a performance of the Lowestoft Dance Map, an interpretation of the story of Lowestoft’s fisher girls through movement.
Local young people can now sign up for Waveney District Council’s popular programme of free children’s activities, which returns to Lowestoft at the end of this month.