East Suffolk Council (ESC) has renewed its support for the work of an industry-led organisation dedicated to boosting the local visitor economy.
East Suffolk Council will spend nearly £100million in 2024/25 delivering critical services for its communities, and projects to improve the district, as part of an ambitious four-year-plan.
More than 50 young delegates from seven East Suffolk schools took over the Council Chamber as youth ‘councillors’ for the day.
Local children and volunteers have helped to plant hundreds of trees and a community orchard at a country park in Oulton Broad.
The Leaders of Suffolk’s district and borough councils have warned of “a catastrophic effect on hundreds of Suffolk’s most vulnerable residents” should proposals contained within Suffolk County Council’s Budget for 2024/25 be agreed.
A statement from Cllr Sarah Whitelock and Cllr Katie Graham; East Suffolk's cabinet member and deputy cabinet member for Communities, Leisure and Tourism, regarding Suffolk County Council’s proposals for arts and heritage funding in the county.
Construction works to regenerate a vacant industrial zone and attract businesses in Lowestoft is underway.
Following the emergence of a budget gap totalling more than £100 million, and with no immediate prospect of additional funding being secured, the decision has been taken to halt work on the project to construct a tidal flood barrier in Lowestoft.
As a result of its commitment to member development and excellent support to councillors, East Suffolk Council has once again been accredited with the coveted ‘gold standard’ Councillor Development Charter Plus Award.
Felixstowe residents are invited to join a new panel which will enable the views and needs of local people to be considered in the development of a new garden neighbourhood in the north of the town.