Work is due to start on ‘The Ness’, the most easterly park in the UK, on 18 November 2019.
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.
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.
A new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft is officially open, in time for families visiting the First Light Festival to enjoy.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council believes next weekend's First Light Festival in Lowestoft is a 'landmark occasion providing an incredible boost' for the people and businesses of the town.
People interested in Lowestoft’s heritage and particularly the care of old buildings are invited to take part in free conservation training, focusing on the Scores.
Work to create a new children’s play area along the seafront in Lowestoft will begin over the next few weeks, following the approval of funding from East Suffolk Council.
Work to regenerate Lowestoft’s South Beach and seafront area is progressing well, with several key projects now underway.
Southwold Town Council, in partnership with the Southwold Coastal Community Team, has been awarded £15,000 from the Coastal Revival Fund to develop a vision for the restoration and regeneration of Southwold Boating Lake.
Representatives from local businesses, community groups and charities are being asked to think about ideas to raise the profile of Lowestoft.