A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility has opened for those with symptoms to book appointments at Belvedere Road car park in Lowestoft, as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to continue to improve the accessibility of coronavirus testing for local communities.
The winners of an annual awards programme which celebrates the best building design and conservation projects in East Suffolk have been announced.
More Suffolk residents are set to benefit from Government Green Homes Grants thanks to a further successful bid for £3m funding by a Suffolk consortium of local authorities, adding to a previous award of £1m secured last year.
East Suffolk Council has secured nearly half a million to help support rough sleepers in the district.
Due to technical issues and following consultation with the Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Committee, the decision has been taken to postpone the Planning Committee North meeting scheduled for Tuesday 9 February 2021.
Local people are invited to view and comment on proposals for a ‘beach village’ on Felixstowe’s South Seafront.
A project which will provide protection from the risk of flooding to over 1,500 homes and businesses in Lowestoft takes a step forwards this week with the undertaking of marine investigation works in the outer harbour.
Households in East Suffolk are being reminded to follow bin guidelines as more household waste is created during national Covid-19 restrictions.
East Suffolk Council’s housing tenants can now manage their tenancy more easily using a new online service, launched today.
On-site coronavirus testing at workplaces with 250+ employees is being taken forward at a national level through the Department of Health and Social Care.