Despite the Covid-19 outbreak, a key housing development in East Suffolk is progressing well, thanks to the hard work and adapted working practices of Lowestoft-based Wellington Construction.
Applications are now open for a successful apprenticeship scheme which helps young people kick-start their careers in local government.
East Suffolk Council is now processing the discretionary business grants for local businesses provided by the Government in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
East Suffolk Council makes its 5000th business grant payment as it continues to step up its support during the pandemic.
East Suffolk Council has launched a new Strategy to deliver more environmentally friendly homes as it continues its work to address climate change.
Cllr Steve Gallant, Leader of East Suffolk Council, has reiterated the importance of using common sense to stay safe and well as the Bank Holiday weekend approaches.
Community projects across East Suffolk have received a funding boost to support their activities which benefit local residents.
Having temporarily suspended payments across all its car parks, East Suffolk Council will now re-introduce charging, with effect from Monday 25 May.
A project to protect Lowestoft from tidal flooding has moved a step forwards this week.
East Suffolk Council will begin to collect large items again from next week after temporarily suspending the service due to COVID-19.