The leaders of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have welcomed an “ambitious and exciting” devolution deal for Suffolk.
Today (6 December) saw the first tree planted at Gateway 14 in Stowmarket, to mark the start of the landscaping regeneration at the site.
Suffolk’s ambition to be net-zero by 2030 has been bolstered by an almost £1million pledge for more initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and tackle the effects of climate change.
Councillors at both Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils voted unanimously this week to support measures to protect local rivers and waterways.
The abuse and intimidation of councillors must end – that’s the call from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils amid rising concerns about toxicity in public and political discourse.
Babergh District Council is to create a ‘tiny forest’ in Sudbury, thanks to funding from the Government’s Local Authority Treescapes fund.
People are urged to get behind brilliant small businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk this Christmas, with figures showing the huge impact you can have by shopping locally.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils has its Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) today 21 November, due to the severe weather.
Cllrs Mary McLaren and Julie Flatman were honoured to present the Unsung Hero Award at the Active Suffolk Awards on Friday night (18 November).
A free, online course has been launched to coincide with COP27 to support individuals and businesses to learn about the impacts of climate change in Suffolk.