Motorists parking in Babergh and Mid Suffolk can now scrap their paper ticket and go digital – to help protect their health and the environment.
Shoppers can now enjoy the very best of Sudbury from the comfort of their front room as the new look Virtual High Street opens its “doors”.
28 businesses from across Babergh and Mid Suffolk have been shortlisted in the first ever business Innovation Awards.
Residents on low-incomes and unable to work because they have been asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace, can now claim a £500 payment to compensate for loss of earnings.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils recently published their Five-Year Housing Land Supply position statement, evidencing that Government housing requirements can be met by the districts until 2025 and beyond.
Babergh District Council today agreed outline planning permission for 105 houses in Sproughton – providing 37 "affordable homes" for low income families, opportunity for self-build plots, a community woodland and highways improvements.
A recent survey has ranked Babergh as having the greatest life satisfaction in the county – reflecting the district’s residents, businesses, heritage, and ‘natural’ beauty.
Babergh District Council has welcomed the announcement of new owners at the former Avent manufacturing facility on Lower Road in Glemsford.
Mid Suffolk District Council today agreed detailed plans for 28 homes in Mendlesham – bringing new footpaths and public open space for the village, and providing low income house-hunters with ‘affordable homes’.
Primary schools in Sudbury will learn about the silk industry and weaving process as Creative Young Weavers returns – continuing the legacy of Sudbury Silk Stories and weaving the way for future generations.