Funding and support is available for businesses in East Suffolk which have been, and continue to be, severely affected by Covid-19 restrictions.
Over 300 Suffolk businesses took part in the first ever Suffolk Growth annual survey, providing valuable information which will shape future programmes of business support.
Following an incident at a public house in East Suffolk where a member of staff suffered life-changing injuries, the company responsible for operating the business has been ordered to pay almost £60,000.
As part of plans to enhance the town for the benefit of the local community and for visitors, a group of Leiston residents have been getting involved in a community-led ‘yarn bombing’ project.
Suffolk businesses are being encouraged to protect themselves by getting their staff tested for COVID-19 twice a week, as part of a new campaign launched today by Suffolk County Council.
Businesses in East Suffolk, operating across all sectors, have been working diligently to comply with the legal requirements necessitated by Covid-19, helping to keep their customers, staff and the wider community safe.
East Suffolk Council has today welcomed a report which presents encouraging findings about the potential economic benefits of delivering the proposed Sizewell C Power Station.
East Suffolk Council has launched a new £2 million business grant scheme for the hospitality sector as it continues to support local businesses through the pandemic.
East Suffolk Council has paid out over £14 million in the last week to local businesses affected by new national restrictions introduced by the Government as it continues to support them during the pandemic.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being reminded that they must adhere to the national restrictions set out by the Government in response to Covid-19 after the owner of a restaurant was fined £1,000 for failing to close his business, risking the safety of staff and customers.