East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on a draft Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule which sets out the amount developers pay to fund new and improved infrastructure.
A community transport pilot is launching in Bungay thanks to funding from East Suffolk Council.
An East Suffolk Community Partnership is making a real difference to local communities after granting over £10,000 to local projects.
Over £6million in contributions from new housing developments has been allocated to support the expansion of schools, leisure and health facilities in East Suffolk.
Green-fingered pupils from an East Suffolk school have received funding to help them work on their allotment, improving their mental and physical wellbeing and helping them to develop a love of the outdoors.
Voluntary and community groups in the Lowestoft area are invited to apply for funding to help improve mental wellbeing and children’s health, as well as supporting those struggling with loneliness.
Local residents are invited to comment on the early stages of two proposed planning documents; one which provides guidance on environmental considerations for developers and another which will update the charges incurred for specified developments, which are then used to deliver or improve local infrastructure.