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The government has announced a package of support for people who have suffered internal flood damage to their homes and businesses as a result of Storm Babet, or for business owners who have been impacted by severely restricted access for suppliers, staff or customers - and as a result, have suffered as a loss of trade.
We’re working hard to help communities clean up following the flooding and are clearing away items damaged by floodwater, and cleaning streets in the impacted areas.
If your home was recently flooded, we may be able to support with collecting items that have been damaged or broken. If you need this support, please fill in the below form.
Please note, before disposing of any flood damaged items:
Visit our flooding page for more information about preparing or reporting a flood.
You can also visit Suffolk County Council's website to find out more about recycling centre (rubbish tip) opening times and book a slot.
Our housing solutions team can support you with temporary accommodation following the recent floods. Please note, residents and landlords should contact their insurance company in the first instance as they should be able to make arrangements on your behalf. Please only contact us if your insurance company is unable to arrange or provide emergency accommodation.
Find support and advice about mental health and wellbeing, including local organisations, support groups and information.
You can also contact Samaritans.
You can also contact the National Flood Forum - a charity to help, support and represent people at risk of flooding.