Flytipping remains an issue in Suffolk as it does across the entire country, with more than four and a half thousand incidents reported last year alone. It costs hundreds of thousands of pounds to clear and this is paid for by Suffolk residents, as well as farmers and other landowners.
As part of wider work to regenerate the town, exciting and modern new beach huts are to be built at Lowestoft’s seafront.
Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say in a survey to help shape a new housing strategy which addresses the needs of older residents.
Residents in Leiston are invited to a free swapping event next week as part of East Suffolk Council’s drive to reduce household waste and increase reusing and recycling.
A message from Cllr Steve Gallant, Leader of East Suffolk Council.
Building works starts on the tidal flood walls, heralding a significant step towards a brighter future for Lowestoft’s communities and businesses.
Voluntary and community groups in the Carlton Colville, Kessingland, Southwold and surrounding villages are set to benefit as Community Partnership has opened a second round of funding scheme.
East Suffolk Council is delighted to have been awarded a £90,000 grant from Historic England as part of the London Road, Lowestoft High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years.
As people plan their UK summer holidays, some of East Suffolk’s most beautiful beaches have received awards, placing them amongst the best in the country.
An East Suffolk resident has been fined over £200 after being found guilty of littering in Woodbridge.