Babergh District Council took delivery of more new social housing this month, this time in Newton and Groton
An array of activities are planned this summer holiday to provide entertainment and support to families across Babergh and Mid Suffolk. From adventure days to swimming, cooking classes to woodwork there is something to keep everyone occupied over the summer holidays thanks to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners.
Residents across Babergh and Mid Suffolk are urged to prepare for extreme temperatures next week following the first ever heat-related red weather warning issued for the county.
We have activated our Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) due to the extremely hot temperatures.
Business innovation will be celebrated at an awards ceremony later this year and businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being invited to submit nominations to showcase how they are working in new and exciting ways.
Residents in Babergh and Mid Suffolk who have been unable to access financial support through the Council Tax Energy Rebate Scheme may now be able to do so through a discretionary fund.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have approved their blueprint for the future of social housing. It will ensure that our tenants have good quality and sustainable homes, in safe neighbourhoods.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk Councils have this week agreed to the new Empty Homes Policy, which aims to reduce the number of long-term empty properties in the districts. There are currently over 1000 empty properties across the districts which, once restored, will help ease the growing demand for homes for residents.
An initiative to bring new workspaces to Hadleigh will move to the next stage if Babergh District Council agree a proposal for the sale of part of the land for local retail/ roadside uses to fund the wider scheme development.
Ambitious plans to regenerate the area around Hamilton Road, Sudbury, could be taken to the next level if proposals are approved by Babergh District Council cabinet next month.