From a community leaders summit held yesterday, a clear message has emerged for EDF Energy – there is still much work to be done before Suffolk gets the deal it deserves.
Local people are being urged to have their say on plans to create a new district council for East Suffolk, before the deadline for submitting comments expires in December.
Local communities are being asked for their views on plans to remove public payphones from several Waveney locations.
Suffolk Coastal is asking local people to comment on a series of Main Modifications to the Site Allocations and Area Specific Policies Development Plan Document and the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan which have been identified following public hearing sessions held in August and September.
Over the last seven weeks people across Norfolk and Suffolk have been offering their views and feedback on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. And fear not, it’s not too late to offer your view if you haven’t done so already! The consultation is set to close at the end of the day on Tuesday 23 August.
As part of a review of democratic arrangements for Lowestoft and the surrounding area, residents are invited to comment on draft proposals for the creation of town or parish councils.
Suffolk Coastal District Council has now submitted two Local Plan documents to the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination.
Lowestoft residents are encouraged to learn more about plans to create permanent flood defences which will help reduce the risk of serious flooding in the town.
Residents living in the Gorleston and Lowestoft areas have a final opportunity to comment on an important coastal management strategy.
Residents are being asked for their views on what will be built and where in Waveney over the next 20 years.