Suffolk residents are being asked to play their part in reducing infection and shopping local as businesses re-open across the county this week.
CIFCO’s annual Business Plan is on the agenda for Councillors over the next few weeks, as the property investment company continues to weather the coronavirus storm and to provide Babergh and Mid Suffolk with vital funding to aid the districts’ recovery.
Plans for the future of Sudbury town centre – including a hotel and restaurant at Belle Vue – are back on the drawing board, due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Communities are set to receive funding totalling £299,000 for local projects, including the regeneration of St Peter’s in Sudbury, a community venue in Chelsworth and play area in Newton.
Babergh District Council today approved full planning permission for 100 homes to be built in Acton, including 35 affordable homes.
A Tree for Life scheme in Babergh and Mid Suffolk which offers a free tree for new parents, is now open for 2020 applications. It allows families to apply from home during the coronavirus outbreak.
Communities have received more than £100,000 in vital funding from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils – helping them to respond to Covid-19 and paving the way for a stronger society.
Suffolk people are being asked to continue their great efforts, which are successfully reducing the spread of COVID-19.
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.
Suffolk urged to rally together as new local COVID-19 app and phoneline launched to connect volunteers and people who need help.