East Suffolk Council has welcomed the addition of 'efficient, clean and super green' biofuel-powered trucks to its fleet of refuse collection vehicles.
East Suffolk Council acknowledges today’s decision by the Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to grant a Development Consent Order for Sizewell C new nuclear power station promoted by EDF Energy at Sizewell, Suffolk.
Landlords and those with an interest in privately rented housing are invited to attend an online conference later this month.
Visitors to Felixstowe Museum and Landguard Fort can now benefit from making a saving on joint weekend tickets for the two closely located attractions.
As part of ambitious plans to enhance Lowestoft and help the town gain further recognition as a visitor destination, 72 striking new beach huts are now officially open.
A new-look play area – designed with the community at heart – has been officially reopened in Martlesham.
Felixstowe Museum is set to host a special celebration event to mark 40 years since opening at Landguard Peninsula.
East Suffolk residents are invited to meet with representatives from the Council’s Communities Team and Suffolk Constabulary next week as part of a national campaign to tackle anti-social behaviour.
Local residents are invited to comment on the Shadingfield, Sotterley, Willingham and Ellough Neighbourhood Plan, ahead of it being submitted for independent examination.
Music, theatre, sport and outdoor adventure are among a wide variety of free activities on offer during the school holidays across East Suffolk this summer.