Private renters in East Suffolk have had their say in a survey as part of East Suffolk Council’s plans to improve homes in the district.
Over £6million in contributions from new housing developments has been allocated to support the expansion of schools, leisure and health facilities in East Suffolk.
The Suffolk Waste Partnership is proud to 'Step It Up' this Recycle Week in what organisers hope will be the biggest week-long event to date. Recycle Now and the Suffolk Waste Partnership are asking residents to take action to protect our environment by actively considering the way in which they dispose of their household waste and increase positive recycling habits.
The seaside town of Felixstowe in Suffolk is a unique, exciting and diverse location for photographic opportunities - seaside fun, beautiful gardens, huge container ships, historic buildings and rich wildlife habitats.
Lowestoft residents and businesses can now find out more about ambitious regeneration plans in the town, thanks to the launch of a new website.
The popular First Light Festival in Lowestoft will be supported with £200,000 of funding to help ensure an exciting programme of activities when the event returns in 2022.
World-renowned artist Banksy creates a splash wherever he leaves his mark, and his ‘Spraycation’ to the Norfolk-Suffolk coastline has been no different.
East Suffolk Council continues to support young people as it agrees to further funding for online employment service.
As part of a wider programme to regenerate the town, work has now started on the construction of brand new, exciting and contemporary beach huts on Lowestoft’s seafront.
Over 300 Suffolk businesses took part in the first ever Suffolk Growth annual survey, providing valuable information which will shape future programmes of business support.