Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils today announced the creation of two new joint venture companies to transform council-owned land and assets into much-needed local housing.
The Museum of East Anglian Life is celebrating grants totalling £50,000 from Mid Suffolk District Council (£35,000) and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (£15,000), towards commissioning a new business plan to support the ambitious transformation of the museum over the next 10 years.
Work on Sudbury’s new skatepark in Belle Vue Park is soon to be complete.
Two communities have seen their Neighbourhood Development Plans adopted as part of Mid Suffolk’s Development Plan, making them the second and third areas in the district to complete their Neighbourhood Plans.
Babergh District Council has released further details of its plans for Belle Vue Park in Sudbury, whilst pledging to preserve the park as a green and open space for generations to come.
Babergh District Council has approved a cash injection of £100,000 to help regenerate St Peter’s Church – to create a welcoming self-sustaining venue at the heart of Sudbury that provides enriching cultural and social experiences, bring its community together and deliver a lasting legacy for the area.
Stowmarket will play host to the finish of the opening stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour on Monday 10 June 2019, with the race route passing through several Mid Suffolk locations.
Mid Suffolk District Council has approved up to £600,000 for the development of a brand-new visitor centre at Needham Lake.
A Babergh and Mid Suffolk database that is the first of its kind in the country was last night awarded the iESE Bronze Award in the Intelligent Council category.
Facelifts of up to £15,000 are now on offer for shopfronts and businesses across the region – in a bid by Mid Suffolk District Council to rejuvenate our high streets.