East Suffolk Council recognises the need to deliver renewable infrastructure to help achieve the UK’s net zero targets, but this cannot be at any cost. National Grid Electricity System Operator’s Offshore Coordination Phase 1 Final Report (2020) previously identified the significant savings that an integrated approach to the electricity network could secure for consumers in the long term. Whilst there is a wider longer-term strive towards integrated approaches being recognised, East Anglia is facing the onslaught of multiple infrastructure projects now and so it is essential that further consideration is given to integrated solutions as a matter of urgency.
Two green spaces in East Suffolk have been officially recognised as being amongst the best in the country after receiving a Green Flag Award.
East Suffolk Council is celebrating the start of work to build new, sustainable, local authority manged social housing in Lowestoft.
An on-demand bus service providing transport for rural communities is now even easier to book following the launch of a new app.
An Aldeburgh homeowner has been fined £5,500 and told to replace a protected tree unlawfully removed from his garden.
Warm Homes Suffolk is now accepting applications to fund improvements to your home, to make it warmer and healthier, and save money on your energy bills.
A new scheme, which will help East Suffolk residents to better access private rented housing, has been launched.
Keen cyclists in East Suffolk are being offered the chance to become qualified Ride Leaders and support new or less confident cyclists to get out on the road.
A popular activities programme returns to East Suffolk this summer.
As part of a major programme to reinvigorate Lowestoft’s seafront, final designs for improvements at the Royal Plain, Royal Green and the South Quay Wharf areas have been revealed.