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.
An application for an environmental permit has been submitted to East Suffolk Council for a small waste incineration plant at Ellough, near Beccles and residents are invited to submit their views.
East Suffolk Council has strengthened its commitment to ensuring the best possible outcomes and minimal impact for local communities from the construction of Sizewell C.
As part of a major programme to reinvigorate Lowestoft’s town centre, proposed designs for improvements in the Marina area have now been revealed.
Representatives from faith groups across East Suffolk are invited to a free event next month.
Residents in East Suffolk are invited to have their say on the proposed renewal of three Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) which are due to expire early next year.
The Leader of East Suffolk Council has expressed her disappointment with the Prime Minister’s decision to postpone several key environmental commitments.
Lowestoft’s recently completed tidal wall defences, that will reduce the risk of flooding in the town, will be tested this week in readiness for the winter season.
Suffolk’s district and borough councils (Babergh District Council, East Suffolk Council, Ipswich Borough Council, Mid Suffolk District Council, and West Suffolk Council), Suffolk County Council and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership have partnered to invest in business support and development services, including advice to reduce carbon emissions.