Bungay residents are invited to help shape a new project to support people with dementia and memory loss.
East Suffolk Council’s Customer Services Centre will be temporarily relocated to Lowestoft Library whilst refurbishment work is carried out.
East Suffolk Council has confirmed that it will engage with local communities about two major energy projects which are commencing consultations.
Today, both National Grid Ventures (NGV) and National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) have launched their consultations on the EuroLink and Sea Link projects respectively. Sea Link is a domestic interconnector between Suffolk and Kent required for network reinforcements. Eurolink is an international multi purpose interconnector between the Netherlands and Suffolk.
Both are informal and non-statutory consultations, however they will be followed next year by formal, statutory consultations. NGV and NGET are seeking comments and feedback on their potential landfall, cable route and converter station options. The consultations will last eight weeks finishing on 18 December 2022. They will include some face to face events and webinars, details of which will be published by the developers and viewable on their individual project webpages. EuroLink consultation | National Grid Group and Sea Link | National Grid ET.
An Air Quality Management Area in Woodbridge has been revoked, following significant improvements in air quality at the junction of Lime Kiln Quay Road, Thoroughfare and St John’s Street.
Subject to Full Council ratification, Chris Bally is to be appointed as East Suffolk Council’s new Chief Executive.
A stylish new café in East Suffolk has again been nominated for a top award – along with a locally based building contractor and architect.
Free-to-use public Wi-Fi has been launched in another two East Suffolk towns as part of a variety of digital projects for the district.
A major council-owned development in Felixstowe has won a prestigious national award for its high-quality and innovative design.
To enable essential maintenance to take place, the Britten Centre multi-storey car park in Lowestoft will close for four weeks from Monday 17 October.
For many people the coastal town of Southwold is a haven of peace and relaxation - a town that makes the soul soar, a 'happy place'.