Babergh District councillors were on site this week to celebrate the £3m transformation of a former care home into high quality social housing.
Councillors at Mid Suffolk District Council this week approved initial plans, with conditions, for Gateway 14 – Stowmarket’s 2.45 million square foot, innovation, business and logistics park.
Public sector leaders in Suffolk have written to the Secretary of State responsible for local government to say they welcome early discussions with Ministers about a possible devolution deal for Suffolk.
Details of phase one of Chilton Woods and the development’s design code received approval yesterday – ensuring a high quality, well designed, sustainable new community which meets the needs of residents.
Almost three acres of land near Stowmarket has been bought by Mid Suffolk District Council to provide a green oasis for the town – as part of the council’s biodiversity plans.
Children and Families Minister Vicky Ford and MP Jo Churchill joined Mid Suffolk District councillors yesterday in a visit to The Mix’s summer activities, made possible by Government funding and support from the council.
This summer, high streets and tourist locations across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are preparing a host of events and activities as they welcome residents and visitors back to their high streets and places safely following the lifting of Covid restrictions.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk have today been announced as locations for the thrilling Sprints and challenging Queen of the Mountains climb of stage six of the Women’s Tour.
Businesses and community organisations are being urged to tackle climate change by joining Suffolk’s first ever showcase event celebrating sustainability and green energy.
The Annual canvass process is now underway, to help streamline the process we are continuing to encourage residents to update their household details online.