Mid Suffolk District Council’s Cabinet will next week be asked to approve a consultation on a new parking plan, proposing greater powers to clamp down on people who park illegally while seeing no rise in current parking charges, for the district.
The draft Joint Area Parking Plan, which does not include any proposals to increase car parking charges in Mid Suffolk, sets out eight parking policy objectives and what they are intended to achieve. They include proposals that will:
Councillors in Babergh will next week be asked to approve a consultation on a new parking plan for the district.
Mid Suffolk District Council is urging residents to get active by taking part in the new Great Run Local Walsham Le Willows which launches 9am on Sunday 3 February 2019.
Babergh District Council’s Planning Committee today approved an application to turn the former Angel Court care home into affordable housing, giving the green light to the first stage of the council’s plan for 78 new homes in Hadleigh.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have been working hard in the past four years to build more homes, support community projects and keep our streets clean, tidy and safe.
A consultation on a draft Communities Strategy has been launched by two Suffolk councils, inviting feedback on how the councils plan to lead on the key challenges and opportunities facing the two districts.
Babergh District Council has pledged to support all its residents facing redundancy as a result of Philips Avent leaving Glemsford, further to the multi-national health technology company’s announcement of the proposed closure of its Glemsford site following a strategic review of its wider global operations - which has been seeking a 40% reduction in the number of Philips’ larger sites world-wide.
In 2018 Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils passed £549,674.93 from developers to local infrastructure projects in their districts.
The Holbrook Great Run Local (GRL), previously held at the Holbrook Community Centre, has moved to the picturesque Alton Water Reservoir in Stutton.
Mid Suffolk’s Development Control Committee A decided this morning (Wednesday 19 December) to refuse permission for an application for 295 new homes in the village of Debenham.