Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils will cut their fleet’s carbon emissions by up to 90% – supporting the councils’ carbon neutral aims.
Babergh District Council’s Cabinet is set to defer making a decision tomorrow over the future of parking provision across the district, to allow the fullest possible scrutiny and further debate.
Ambitions for Stowmarket to become a hub for arts and culture took a major step forward today, following Councillors unanimously giving the go-ahead to lease 11 Market Place to the John Peel Centre.
Next week, Babergh’s cabinet will discuss parking provision across the district – seeking a way to retain subsidised parking to support local business, while encouraging more sustainable transport options for the future.
Councillors are set to discuss the first draft of Babergh District Council’s budget for 2021/22 next month – designed to deliver financial stability post-Covid while still delivering the council’s commitment to climate change.
More residents on low incomes or benefits can now get financial help if they are told to self-isolate due to COVID-19 as Suffolk councils extend support payments to help more people.
An alarming rise in COVID-19 infection rates across Suffolk and pressure on hospitals, care homes and social care will result in the county entering Tier 4.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk will consider proposals to cut their fleet’s carbon emissions by up to 90% – supporting the councils’ carbon neutral aims.
Councillors are set to discuss future plans for the John Peel Centre as part of Stowmarket’s emerging town vision at a key meeting next month.
Councillors are set to discuss the first draft of Mid Suffolk District Council’s budget for 2021/22 – designed to deliver a healthy future for post-Covid Mid Suffolk – at a key meeting next month.