East Suffolk Council is setting its direction with the adoption of a new Strategic Plan that will underpin the services it delivers for the next four years.
Following two years of design and planning work, a new development in the heart of Lowestoft’s PowerPark is taking a vital step forward as demolition gets underway this week.
East Suffolk councillors are supporting an ambitious local group with grants from their Enabling Communities Budget.
Voluntary organisations, community groups and faith networks can now access grant funding for projects that help ease cost of living pressures around food and heating this winter – but applications need to be in soon.
Residents of Easton and Playford are invited to comment on their Neighbourhood Plans, ahead of them being submitted for independent examination.
East Suffolk residents are invited to have their say on two new planning documents that provide guidance on rural developments and environments that promote health and well-being.
A statement from Cllr Jan Candy, Cabinet Member for Community Health, on behalf of East Suffolk Council’s Green, Liberal Democrat and Independent administration; Cllr Craig Rivett, Conservative Group Lead and Cllr Peter Byatt, Labour Group Lead.
Christmas shoppers and visitors to festive events across East Suffolk can enjoy free parking in council-owned car parks on selected dates.
Voluntary organisations, community groups and faith networks can soon access fresh grant funding for projects that help ease cost of living pressures this winter.
East Suffolk Council has responded to the Government’s decision to create more oil and gas licences by confirming that it will no longer accept new tenancies from companies committed to its production.