East Suffolk residents are encouraged to get involved in community litter picking this spring.
To help recycle even more, residents in Kesgrave, Saxmundham and Martlesham will be able to dispose of their small electrical items through a new trial scheme.
An annual scheme to promote biodiversity and cultivate East Suffolk’s wildlife population is set to return.
House hunters will soon have the chance to secure one of 15 new affordable homes recently agreed for purchase by East Suffolk Council under a planning agreement.
As part of its commitment to increase the number of high-quality affordable and sustainable homes within its housing stock, East Suffolk Council has successfully secured planning permission for two new developments in the district.
A group of East Suffolk councillors have provided grant funding to help protect the playing surface at a local football club.
East Suffolk Council (ESC) has reaffirmed its commitment to investment in local communities by approving a budget of over £30million to fund essential services in 2023/24.
Work is underway on the refurbishment of a popular play area in Carlton Colville.
Suffolk’s district and borough councils have secured £2.2m of Government funding to improve the standard of private rented homes in the county – tackling poor housing conditions and improving tenants’ wellbeing.
Food inspectors from East Suffolk Council helped intercept a quantity of suspected illegally imported meat following a vehicle stop in Lowestoft.