Alongside the new developments, residents are also being reminded of the work already underway across the town as part of the Sudbury Vision, including:
Aldham, Elmsett and, Botesdale and Rickinghall, have become the latest communities to have their Neighbourhood Plans adopted following council meetings this week.
Suffolk residents are being urged to dispose of their waste safely to protect the countryside as part of a new fly-tipping campaign.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have approved a new Housing Assistance Policy to help residents suffering with a long-term illness adapt their homes.
The first phase of a £2.4m extension and new facilities at Kingfisher Leisure Centre, Sudbury has been completed this month, with community groups offered the chance to apply for free use of the space.
At cabinet meetings this week, councillors at Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils gave the go ahead to support Citizens Advice (CA) with more than £420k.
The first draft of Babergh District Council’s budget for 2020/21 is set to be considered by councillors next week, including an increase in council tax that will see £5 a year added to the bill of a Band D Property.
Babergh District Council is throwing open the doors to a special public exhibition later this month – to share proposals for the town with Sudbury residents.
Funding of £2.4m for a new sixth form centre at Stowupland High School, has been given the green light by councillors at Mid Suffolk District Council today.
Wildflower verges, free trees for families, and a map showing Babergh’s wildlife networks are included in council pledges to help protect biodiversity and natural habitats within the district.