New nationwide restrictions mean that more of us are working from home and thereby using more energy – from running lights and laptops to boiling the kettle more often.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being urged to adhere to Government coronavirus restrictions after the owner of a tattoo studio was fined £1,000 for failing to close her business, risking the safety of her staff and customers.
A funding programme which supports people struggling with social isolation and loneliness is now accepting new applications.
As a response to concerns from local businesses about the impact of Covid-19, East Suffolk Council has agreed to extend its free parking scheme to 13 additional car parks across the district.
East Suffolk Council is now processing the payment of grants for local businesses provided by the Government in a response to new national Covid-19 restrictions.
Local communities are set to benefit from new funding scheme announced by one of East Suffolk’s Community Partnerships.
Work on a new iconic café in the heart of Felixstowe’s South Seafront is continuing thanks to exemptions to the new Covid-19 restrictions which allow construction work to continue.
A new funding scheme aimed at enabling environment-friendly projects has been launched by one of East Suffolk’s Community Partnerships.
A ten-year investment plan, which sets out the ambitions for the future of Lowestoft, has been submitted to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
East Suffolk Council successfully defends its decision to grant planning permission to develop homes at the site of former offices, Melton Hill, Woodbridge.