Virtual public meetings will take place next month to provide information on the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project, which will provide flood protection to hundreds of homes and businesses in the town.
Voluntary and community groups in the Lowestoft area are invited to apply for funding to help improve mental wellbeing and children’s health, as well as supporting those struggling with loneliness.
People living in the Lowestoft area who may be unable to get outside to get active are invited to join in the Lowestoft Mile, a new virtual walking project.
The start of construction work on Lowestoft’s Gull Wing has been formally marked today (22 March 2021), despite officials not being able to host a traditional groundbreaking ceremony at the site, due to Covid lockdown restrictions.
It is with great sadness that East Suffolk Council and the First Light Festival team have concluded that this year’s event will not be able to proceed due to ongoing risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Preparation for the construction of tidal flood walls in Lowestoft is now underway as work begins on the main site compound and base.
The tidal flood walls are part of the Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project, which when completed will protect 1,500 homes and 800 businesses. Construction on the tidal flood walls is due to begin in the spring.
Following a successful bid to the Government’s £3.6 billion Towns Fund, it has today been confirmed that Lowestoft will be offered £24.9 million to invest in the regeneration of the town, driving economic growth and acting as a catalyst for future investment.
East Suffolk Council is continuing its investigations into the exposure of oil deposits on Lowestoft North Beach as a result of the historic Eleni V spill.
Residents are invited to comment on a draft document which proposes additions and changes to the existing North Lowestoft Conservation Area.
A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility has opened for those with symptoms to book appointments at Belvedere Road car park in Lowestoft, as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to continue to improve the accessibility of coronavirus testing for local communities.