East Suffolk Council is now processing the discretionary business grants for local businesses provided by the Government in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.Read more about "Extra support now available for small businesses"...
Jointly funded by Historic England and East Suffolk Council, as part of the London Road, Lowestoft High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ), the Conservation Grant Scheme focuses on the South Lowestoft Conservation Area, in the character areas of the Harbour, London Road South and the Seafront. It includes the key commercial areas of London Road North, Station Square and London Road South. The HSHAZ is delivered through the Lowestoft Heritage Action Zones partnership which consists of East Suffolk Council, Historic England, Lowestoft Town Council, Lowestoft Vision and East Suffolk Building Preservation Trust.Read more about "Conservation Grant Scheme"...
We offer advice and support to all those living with a disability to enable them to live safely and independently at home.Read more about "Adaptations and independent living"...
Download a free lesson on air pollution. This 30 minute lesson can be used at school or at home and is suitable for Years 3-6.Read more about "Air pollution lesson resources"...
It is often said that free parking is required to support local businesses, however, this is a common misconception and East Suffolk Means Business provides information and services that support local businesses. Car parking is just one component of travel planning that relates only to travel by car. The council’s Economic Development and Regeneration team commissioned People & Places to understand the trends and travel for individual town centres in East Suffolk. The surveys revealed not everyone visiting town centres travels to them by car, and many walk, cycle or use public transport. Transport professionals speak of mobility, and car travel is one part of a mobility system that includes all modes of travel e.g. walking, cycling, bus, train and car.Read more about "Parking places"...
|Roadmap out of lockdown|
|What you can and cannot do||Face covering|
|What you need to know about Coronavirus and food||Covid-19 symptoms|
|Food hygiene guidance||Managing employee sickness|
|Social distancing||Maintaining social distancing in specific food business settings|
|Health and safety guidance for businesses||Making your workplace Covid-Secure|
|Restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaways|
|Working safely during Coronavirus||Food safety for food delivery|
|Adapting food businesses for takeaway and delivery during Covid-19||Cleaning effectively in your business|
|Re-opening checklist for food businesses during Covid-19||Keeping workers and customers safe during COVID-19|
|CIEH guidance on food delivery and takeaway services (available in English, Welsh, Punjabi and Bengali)|
|Community cooking and food banks||Manufacturers|
|Food safety for community cooking and food banks||Adapting food manufacturing operations during Covid-19|
|Bulk freezing of ambient and chilled foods|
|Create a Coronavirus NHS QR code for your venue|
|I have a question or need to report a concern|
On Monday 22 February, the Prime Minister made a statement in the House of Commons outlining a preliminary roadmap to lift the national lockdown in England.Read more about "Covid-19 food safety guidance for businesses"...
In July 2019, East Suffolk Council unanimously voted to declare a climate emergency. Environmental sustainability is essential in the creation of homes and communities in which people want to live and work. Lowering our carbon footprint will help our tenants save money and deliver lasting environmental, social, and economic benefits.Read more about "Sustainability in housing"...
Despite the Covid-19 outbreak, a key housing development in East Suffolk is progressing well, thanks to the hard work and adapted working practices of Lowestoft-based Wellington Construction.Read more about "Safe construction plan helps key housing development progress"...
Following the success of a trial last year, council-owned cemeteries across East Suffolk will now be managed in a new way, ensuring the needs of both communities and wildlife are catered for.
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