As a six-month Planning Inspectorate examination of proposals for a new nuclear power plant at Sizewell draws to a close, East Suffolk Council has welcomed a range of important revisions to the scheme and a multi-million pound financial package for investment back in to local communities.
Beginning on Monday 18 October, specialist contractors will be on site at Lowestoft North Beach to undertake detailed site investigations to locate and quantify oil deposits which have been in situ since the historic Eleni V spill in 1978.
Members of the Historic England Commission, the organisation’s governing board, visited Lowestoft on Thursday 15 October to see how important local heritage sites are being restored and rejuvenated for the benefit of the town’s community and growing visitor economy.
Felixstowe’s iconic Seafront Gardens has been awarded a coveted Green Flag for the sixth time.
A new funding scheme has been launched to encourage projects which benefit young people in East Suffolk – and which are successful will be decided by the very people they are for!
Residents are invited to give their views on proposals to extend Beccles Cemetery and provide additional burial spaces to meet local need.
A pledge has been made to ensure that arts and culture remain firmly in the spotlight in Great Yarmouth and East Suffolk, despite the combined areas not making the longlist for the UK City of Culture 2025 competition.
Residents in East Suffolk have had their say on how periods impact those who experience them as part of East Suffolk Council’s ongoing work to fight period poverty.
Launched at today’s Norfolk and Suffolk Coast Forum Conference, a new virtual careers fair is now open especially for young people who are interested in careers in coastal management.
For the first time, the Norfolk and Suffolk Coast Forums have joined forces for an insightful conference on climate resilient coasts and estuaries.