Councillors have today agreed a £300,000 funding programme for small businesses in towns and villages across Babergh and Mid Suffolk to be allocated over the next three years.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are poised to re-launch their garden waste collections this month, after stopping them to protect essential collections during COVID-19.
Babergh District Council today refused full planning permission for 49 homes to be built in Sproughton, citing harm to heritage and a lack of proven justifiable need.
Detailed plans for 98 new homes in Haughley received the go ahead today – providing a range of community benefits for the village, including a new football pitch.
Over £28m has been awarded to eligible small businesses, shop owners and leisure organisations in Babergh and Mid Suffolk since the launch of the Government’s Small Business Grant and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grants at the end of March.
Plans for a £2.2m development and refurbishment at Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre in Stowmarket have been given the go ahead today, which include an extension to the existing building.
Mid Suffolk District Council today held its first planning meeting using virtual technology – allowing public meetings to continue safely despite the lockdown.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have approved grants totalling more than £64,000 to support local communities in their response to COVID-19.
Mid Suffolk District Council is saluting the unwavering community spirit within its neighbourhoods, as selfless heroes prove an incredible force in the fight against Covid-19.
Mid Suffolk District Council today refused outline planning permission for 120 homes to be built in Haughley, citing poor connectivity and harm to local heritage.