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.
Residents in Wickham Market are invited to a free event to learn more about making space for nature in their gardens.
A Beccles homeowner has reappeared in court for failing to comply with a legal notice to remove rubbish from outside his property.
Book your place at the next Greenprint Forum event to find out more about local sustainable food and regenerative food production.
A statement from Cllr Tom Daly, Cabinet Member for Energy and Climate Change, following the commencement of construction for the Sizewell C new nuclear power station:
Work on an exciting new development at Jubilee Parade in Lowestoft will begin in February, following planning consent given by East Suffolk Council’s Planning Committee.
Plans to regenerate Royal Plain, Royal Green, and South Quay Wharf in Lowestoft to further improve the area as a destination for local communities and visitors are set to progress this spring following planning consent given by East Suffolk Council’s Planning Committee.
A venue enabling men to congregate and connect is set to undergo some vital improvements following a donation from six East Suffolk Councillors.