A combination of virtual reality technology and a face-to-face event will be available to help people find out more about the future of the coast at Gunton and Corton.
Visitors to an East Suffolk village on the Deben Peninsula have been provided with an enlightening guide to the area’s fascinating history and environmental importance.
Bungay and Rushmere St Andrew residents are invited to comment on their local Neighbourhood Plan, ahead of them being submitted for independent examination.
East Suffolk Council has agreed an ambitious new programme as part of its commitment to tackling the issue of long-term empty homes in the area.
Following extensive public consultation, a document which will help shape the future development of South Lowestoft and Kirkley has been published.
A Lowestoft Bowls Club is keen to welcome new players to the sport.
An annual scheme which creates essential spaces for wildlife will return this year, as part of East Suffolk Council’s commitment to the environment.
Residents in the Beccles area are invited to pop along to an event this week and find out more about making money go further.
East Suffolk Council is pleased to announce the sale of its former offices to a family-run developer to provide much needed housing in the Woodbridge area.
East Suffolk Council acknowledges that The Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has awarded planning consents for ScottishPower Renewables East Anglia One North and East Anglia Two Offshore Wind Farms.