Council tenants across Babergh and Mid Suffolk can look forward to continuing certainty over their homes with the possible adoption of the councils’ new tenancy policy.
Council leaders at Babergh and Mid Suffolk are due to discuss future fees and charges for council services – pledging to keep increases fair and continue to support those in need.
Pioneering councils complete £2.8m carbon-cutting solar investment to slash leisure centres’ reliance on the grid by close to half
Over 100 council car parking spaces in Sudbury and Stowmarket have been covered with solar panels, to help power and reduce carbon emissions at two council-owned leisure centres.
Stowmarket residents help shape masterplan for new health, leisure, sport, education, and wellbeing hub
Plans for the development of new health, education and leisure facilities in Stowmarket are progressing following the feedback gathered from recent community and stakeholder engagement.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are amongst local authorities to win funding from the Local Government Association to commission a vital, county-wide housing strategy review.
Ed Sheerbin, Gary Bineker and Stranger Bins are amongst the winning names for Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s new environmentally friendly bin lorries, revealed this week.
Inflatable games, adventure days and cooking classes are all planned for a week of fun for children and young people in Babergh and Mid Suffolk this Christmas.
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.