The Local Poll conducted in Hadleigh, asking “Would you like the current Councillors of Hadleigh Town Council to resign”, has resulted in a Yes vote.
An Electric Vehicle Charging Point has been installed at the Maiden Way Car Park in Hadleigh, making the town more accessible for green minded motorists.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils' property investment management company, CIFCO Capital Ltd, has made six acquisitions in its first year which are generating an annual return of £1.4million.
This Rural Housing Week, Babergh and Mid Suffolk are inviting residents and community groups to come together to celebrate and learn from the world of affordable and local needs housing.
Mid Suffolk’s District Councillors have launched their Locality Awards, inviting community groups, charities and organisations to apply for funding for 2018.
The Sudbury Vision for Prosperity Action Plan will be launched as part of the Sudbury’s Suffolk Day celebrations. A drop-in session will be held on Saturday 21 June in the Sudbury Town Hall, Old Market Place, Sudbury, from 10am to 8pm.
Babergh District Council has completed the purchase of a section of land in Great Cornard that will link the parish to Sudbury via a Stour-side footpath.
Residents and those in the development industry will be able to see how money collected from developers as part of planning agreements is being spent on providing infrastructure for local communities when a new database goes online.
The Stowmarket Vision for Prosperity 5-Year Action Plan will be launched as part of the Stowmarket Society’s Civic Day celebrations. A one-day drop-in session will be held on Saturday 16th June in the former Nat West building, Market Place, Stowmarket. From 10am until 3pm. Members of the public are invited to attend and see the 5-Year Action Plan and the innovative projects that are being proposed to help improve the town and boost the local economy.
A poll is to be undertaken in Hadleigh on 28 June 2018 to vote on the question: “Would you like the current Councillors of Hadleigh Town Council to resign (due to having no confidence in them due to the Town Council being dysfunctional in their current form)?”