Emergency Telephone Numbers in the event of Extreme Weather
● Mid Suffolk District Council outside of office hours 0808 168 7794
● 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.
2016 Bin collection calendar
To download a copy of your waste and recycling collection calendar, or to find out where you can pick up a printed copy, click "Read more."Read more »
You can leave the cap on
The Suffolk Waste Partnership has launched a campaign to encourage residents to recycle the aluminium screw tops from glass bottles.Read more »
Christmas Tree recycling
Residents can leave their real Christmas Trees at any of the drop-off points across the two districts. For details please 'Read more'.Read more »
Eight Suffolk councils (including Babergh and Mid Suffolk and Suffolk County Council) are starting a joint conversation with the Government about what powers might be devolved to them to improve positive outcomes for our communities. Read more.
Tourism – Working With Us
In order to help the tourism industry grow in our area and across Suffolk, officers are supporting the creation of a framework of more locally based industry led tourism bodies, called Destination Management Organisations. To find out more and how you can get involved click here.
Is your taxi licensed?
On nights out make sure you only travel with licensed taxi and private hire services. To find out who is licensed with Mid Suffolk, click on our Licensing Register.
Do you have a central heating system in your home with a boiler and radiators? If the answer is “no”, this letter may be relevant to you.Read more
A new service that offers young people help to gain employment or to access further skills, training and education has opened its doors for its first clients in Stowmarket.Read more
We are aware of an issue which is preventing residents from booking bulky waste collections online at present.Read more
At a Full Council meeting on Thursday 21 January, Mid Suffolk Councillors voted to adopt the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).Read more