Lowestoft residents are invited to learn more about the installation of a 40m tidal barrier, which will be the final phase of the town’s permanent flood defences.
Road safety activities will be taking place in East Suffolk this week, organised by the Kesgrave, Rushmere St Andrew, Martlesham, Carlford and Fynn Valley Community Partnership.
Wickham Market residents are invited to comment on their local Neighbourhood Plan, ahead of it being submitted for independent examination.
East Suffolk Council is delighted to confirm the appointment of Kate Blakemore as its new Strategic Director. Kate is currently a Strategic Director at Great Yarmouth Borough Council and has been in the role for over five years, having previously been the authority’s Head of Transformation.
A new planning document has been officially adopted by East Suffolk Council to enhance its cycling and walking network.
A free-to-attend climate conference will examine the benefits of developing local solutions to overcoming a global crisis.
A new grant funding scheme has been launched in East Suffolk for voluntary organisations and community groups to help people struggling to meet the cost of living.
Christmas shoppers and visitors to festive events across East Suffolk can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks on selected dates.
Residents in both Bungay and Worlingham will be asked to decide whether Neighbourhood Plans for their areas should be used by the Broads Authority and East Suffolk Council for determining future planning applications.
To support residents struggling with the rising cost of living, a network of ‘Warm Rooms’ has been organised in Beccles.