Ahead of a meeting of East Suffolk Council's Cabinet to discuss the construction of offshore windfarm developments by ScottishPower Renewables (SPR), the Leader of the Council, Steve Gallant, has underlined his, and the authority's concerns regarding the schemes' likely effect on local communities and environment.
East Suffolk Council in conjunction with other partner organisations is providing support to single homeless people and people sleeping rough in East Suffolk, during the winter period.
Work to improve access to Felixstowe beach and beach huts has been completed at a cost of £250,000.
Small businesses in East Suffolk can now manage their food safety practices more easily following the launch of new information packs.
The winners of this year’s East Suffolk Photo Competition have been announced.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to consider the environment this Christmas by choosing recyclable products wherever possible and reducing their household waste.
Most children hope for an advent calendar full of chocolates or at least traditional Christmas pictures, but for the pupils at Aldeburgh Primary School, this year their school’s advent calendar offered something a little different.
Local residents, businesses and other interested parties are being asked for their views on draft design guidance for the North Lowestoft Heritage Action Zone.
Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say on proposals to introduce three new dog control orders in parts of the district.