Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have pledged their support to ASB Awareness Week – furthering the councils’ ongoing commitment to ensuring that its residents lead safe and happy lives.
Start-up businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being invited to take part in Innovate Local, a pilot scheme designed to help businesses grow and reach new audiences following the impact of Covid-19.
Details of a Long Melford development will require further consideration following Babergh’s planning committee calling for more energy efficiency measures, a better housing mix and further investigation into pedestrian safety.
Babergh District Council today approved retrospective planning permission for two homes on Cuckoo Hill, subject to partial demolition and modifications to address concerns raised by both the council and community.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ housing officers are in the running for a prestigious national award, for their work in keeping vulnerable residents off the streets during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new swimming pool in Hadleigh has reached its final milestone this week, after it was officially opened following final finishing touches to the building.
Leader of Babergh District Council, Cllr John Ward, said:
Work to deliver a brand-new visitor centre and café for Needham Lake has been officially marked today.
Plans to realise the full potential of a new entrance for Belle Vue Park, including a new café and fully accessible toilets for visitors with disabilities, are to be considered by Babergh District Council’s cabinet next month.
It is anticipated that the hearing sessions for the examination of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ Joint Local Plan will resume again in September – enabling fully inclusive hearing sessions, whilst also ensuring public safety during the Covid-19 pandemic.