East Suffolk Council’s Licensing and Environmental Protection teams took part in a multi-agency day of action to detect and deter crime and anti-social behaviour in Felixstowe.
Work has reached completion on a new seaside development of beach huts and landscaped public greenspace in Felixstowe.
East Suffolk Council is urging local businesses to have their say in a ballot on the creation of a new ‘Destination Business Improvement District’ (BID), which includes parts of East Suffolk.
Launch of the first East Anglian Coast and Estuaries Conference to take place at Wherstead Park in Ipswich.
A Government grant worth more than £4.2million has been awarded to East Suffolk Council (ESC) to help transform brownfield land in Lowestoft into much needed future housing.
Suffolk’s five district and borough councils are delivering a ground-breaking project aimed at improving the experience and environment for landlords and tenants in the private rented sector.
A project to restore and revitalise Lowestoft’s historic Town Hall has received a further funding boost thanks to a £900,000 investment by East Suffolk Council.
To ensure they remain suitable for voters, polling stations and polling districts in East Suffolk are currently being reviewed and residents are invited to comment.
East Suffolk Council’s Cabinet has taken the decision to move tenants into new accommodation prior to demolition of St Peters Court, Lowestoft’s only high-rise accommodation.
Residents in Wickham Market will be asked to decide whether the Neighbourhood Plan for their area should be used to determine future planning applications.