The winners of the Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Council Innovations Awards have been announced at a virtual ceremony.
Sudbury’s residents and visitors are being invited to have their say on the future of the town’s central public space between 5 November and 3 December 2020.
The Home, But Not Alone free phoneline, which supports vulnerable people in our communities who may be struggling with the impact of coronavirus, was paused in August because of low demand and the lifting of COVID restrictions.
Councillors are set to consider the latest Joint Local Plan – shaping how Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s towns and villages will deliver housing, important infrastructure, and essential employment until 2037.
Councillors are set to consider a raft of environmental measures developed by a cross-party task force – tackling climate change and furthering the councils’ ambition to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Mid Suffolk District Council today agreed outline plans for 65 homes in Elmswell – providing new footpaths and public open space for the village, and funding for local schools.
This is a time of year when we would ordinarily socialise and get together, but with the number of Covid-19 cases increasing across Suffolk, residents must keep following the guidance to stop the virus spreading.
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.