A week-long arts and cultural festival designed especially for young people returns to Lowestoft next week, with free workshops and activities held in person and online.
Temporary flood barriers which will reduce the risk of flooding in Lowestoft will be tested this week in readiness for the winter season.
Members of the Historic England Commission, the organisation’s governing board, visited Lowestoft on Thursday 15 October to see how important local heritage sites are being restored and rejuvenated for the benefit of the town’s community and growing visitor economy.
Lowestoft residents and businesses can now find out more about ambitious regeneration plans in the town, thanks to the launch of a new website.
The popular First Light Festival in Lowestoft will be supported with £200,000 of funding to help ensure an exciting programme of activities when the event returns in 2022.
More affordable homes are now available to rent in East Suffolk following the Council’s purchase of ten new properties in north Lowestoft.
Residents, business and property owners in Lowestoft are invited to comment on a reappraised management plan for the South Lowestoft and Kirkley Conservation Area.
Essential repairs and ‘snagging’ works have started at The Ness in Lowestoft, the UK’s most easterly park.
A consultation has been launched to gather comments on proposed designs for a regenerated Kirkley Village and the seafront.
To enable the growing creative sector in Lowestoft to reach its full potential and attract further investment, a new virtual hub has been launched.