Emergency Telephone Numbers in the event of Extreme Weather
● Mid Suffolk District Council outside of office hours 01449 724 500
● Environment Hotline 0800 807 060
● UK Power Networks 0800 316 3105 or 0333 323 2105 from mobiles
Follow the link for more contacts and useful tips.
FREE 2 Day Master Composting Training
Green fingered or green minded? Get involved with the Suffolk Master Composter scheme and help others get the best out of their home composting!Read more »
Suffolk Energy Action Scheme Underway
Suffolk County, District and Borough Councils have launched Suffolk Energy Action, a scheme to help save money on bills and reduce carbon emissions. Visit our Environment Grants and Funding page for more information.Read more »
We Need Your Views on Local Plan
Mid Suffolk, together with Babergh District Council, are looking for your views as we put together our first Joint Local Plan. To find out how you can influence Planning Policy in your area, click Read moreRead more »
Warm Homes Healthy People Fund
Are you be struggling to heat your home this winter? Suffolk's Warm Homes Healthy People Fund may be able to help. To find out how to apply, visit the webpage by clicking Read More.Read more »
Elections are coming - register to have your vote!
It's under 100 days until this year's parish, district and general elections. Don't delay - register to vote today!Read more »
Useful tips for preparing for bad weather and other emergencies
If severe weather strikes are you prepared at home, on the move and in your community? www.getpreparednow.co.uk is the Suffolk Community Emergency Preparedness website which offers great tips and useful links on how to prepare and cope with bad weather and other emergencies.
Consultation on Tenancy Agreement
As a Landlord we have decided to carry out a review of our tenancy agreements. As part of this we now need your feedback on our proposed changes, and our consultation is open until noon on 16 April.Find out more here.
Food Hygiene Rating Scheme
Mid Suffolk and Babergh District Councils have adopted the Food Standards Agency's national Food Hygiene Rating Scheme which provides consumers with information about hygiene standards in food businesses.Read More
Filming & Recording of Council Meetings
The Council fully supports the principles of openness and transparency and as such we have developed a draft protocol to allow members of the public to film or record Council meetings.Read more here
The Suffolk Waste Partnership is encouraging more residents to join in local efforts to clean up towns, villages and countryside to help make Suffolk the Greenest County by getting involved in a litter pick during 2015.Read more
Organisers of a new project aimed at training community volunteers from across the county to deal with emergencies are delighted to announce their programme of courses for 2015.Read more
Mid Suffolk residents will see a rise in council tax of 5p per week on a Band D property after councillors voted in favour of the budget for 2015/16 last night (Feb 26).Read more
With a packed programme of over 90 guided walks, this year's Suffolk Walking Festival which takes place 9th - 31st May 2015, is set to be the biggest yet with an eclectic mix of walks around medieval villages, market towns, along the coast and through the gentle landscapes of Suffolk.Read more