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.
The Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project has launched a virtual visitor centre providing information about development and construction of the tidal flood walls and tidal barrier.
As part of wider work to regenerate the town, exciting and modern new beach huts are to be built at Lowestoft’s seafront.
Building works starts on the tidal flood walls, heralding a significant step towards a brighter future for Lowestoft’s communities and businesses.
East Suffolk Council is delighted to have been awarded a £90,000 grant from Historic England as part of the London Road, Lowestoft High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years.
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.