Members of the Beccles, Bungay and Halesworth communities will be able to chat with local stakeholders in new ‘pop along’ events beginning this week.
Over £49million is to be invested in assets, services and infrastructure across East Suffolk over the coming financial year.
A village hall which offers a huge range of community activities has received funding towards a new roof, thanks to the Melton, Woodbridge and Deben Peninsula Community Partnership.
As part of a major project to help protect Lowestoft from flooding, a removal flood gate is to be built on the South Pier.
An interactive online feature has been launched for the public to track progress on the implementation of the Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Local Plans.
A charity in Lowestoft reduces its environmental impact and its running costs thanks to donations from local district councillors.
Hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses impacted by the Omicron variant of Covid-19 have until March 18 to apply for one-off grants of up to £6,000.
Works to expand a primary school in East Suffolk, creating an additional 105 spaces for pupils, are now underway.
East Suffolk Council has welcomed the announcement by RT Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities that a loophole which allowed some second home owners to avoid paying either council tax or business rates is to be closed.
Conservation repairs to the façade of the Grade II listed former Post Office on London Road North, carried out as part of the London Road, Lowestoft High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) project, will be starting next week.