A funding scheme to help tackle one of East Suffolk Community Partnership’s key priorities has now opened for round 2.
Preparation for the construction of tidal flood walls in Lowestoft is now underway as work begins on the main site compound and base.
The tidal flood walls are part of the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project, which when completed will protect 1,500 homes and 800 businesses. Construction on the tidal flood walls is due to begin in the spring.
More conservation areas are being created to benefit wildlife as part of East Suffolk Council’s commitment to increase biodiversity areas.
Households across East Suffolk are being asked to take part in Census 2021.
Following a successful bid to the Government’s £3.6 billion Towns Fund, it has today been confirmed that Lowestoft will be offered £24.9 million to invest in the regeneration of the town, driving economic growth and acting as a catalyst for future investment.
All refuse collections in East Suffolk have now returned to normal, including garden waste collections.
In response to the challenges faced by local communities during the pandemic, East Suffolk Council has frozen its element of council tax for the coming year.
East Suffolk Council has launched a new £2 million business grant scheme for the hospitality sector as it continues to support local businesses through the pandemic.
Celebrating women’s creativity for International Women’s Day was the plan through WAMfest Felixstowe 2021, (Women Arts and Music). But the best laid plans of mice and women were thwarted by COVID 19.
East Suffolk Council is continuing its investigations into the exposure of oil deposits on Lowestoft North Beach as a result of the historic Eleni V spill.