East Suffolk Council successfully defends its decision to grant planning permission to develop homes at the site of former offices, Melton Hill, Woodbridge.
Construction work at The Ness, the UK’s most easterly park, has now been completed! Our contractor, Blakedown Landscapes has completed all works including the foot ramp, which connects the new park to the seafront and with the UK’s most easterly location, Ness Point.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council has confirmed that key services will continue despite the new restrictions introduced to help combat the Covid-19 pandemic. However he is asking residents to continue doing their very best to help combat the virus.
Our heating contractors, Gasway, are continuing to have IT issues and as a result, the normal telephone number for East Suffolk tenants is currently unavailable.
In accordance with Government restrictions, some of East Suffolk Council’s outdoor leisure facilities are now closed. These are:
In accordance with Government restrictions, East Suffolk Council’s leisure centres will be closing on Wednesday 4 November at close of business.
Following the new national restrictions which will see non-essential businesses close from Thursday 5 November, it has been decided to postpone this year’s East Suffolk Business Festival.
As a result of its commitment to Member development and excellent support to Councillors, East Suffolk Council has been awarded the coveted “gold standard” Councillor Development Charter Plus Award.
In accordance with the latest Government restrictions, East Suffolk Council’s Customer Service Centre at the Marina in Lowestoft will be closed for face to face enquiries and visits.
The heritage of a former school site in Felixstowe will be remembered in town’s archive after East Suffolk Council donates key items.