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.
A pledge has been made to ensure that arts and culture remain firmly in the spotlight in Great Yarmouth and East Suffolk, despite the combined areas not making the longlist for the UK City of Culture 2025 competition.
Having been damaged during an appalling arson attack last year, a historic shelter on Felixstowe’s South Seafront has been reopened to the community.
Lowestoft residents and businesses can now find out more about ambitious regeneration plans in the town, thanks to the launch of a new website.
World-renowned artist Banksy creates a splash wherever he leaves his mark, and his ‘Spraycation’ to the Norfolk-Suffolk coastline has been no different.
Essential repairs and ‘snagging’ works have started at The Ness in Lowestoft, the UK’s most easterly park.
As part of wider work to regenerate the town, exciting and modern new beach huts are to be built at Lowestoft’s seafront.
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.