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PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020
PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020

Government provision was unlikely to have met demand in Suffolk, it has been revealed.


PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020
PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020

Government provision was unlikely to have met demand in Suffolk, it has been revealed.


PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020
PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

PPE fast response has helped to limit supply problems

19 May 2020

Government provision was unlikely to have met demand in Suffolk, it has been revealed.


Fears controversial planning applications could be passed without scrutiny under cover of coronavirus

18 May 2020
Fears controversial planning applications could be passed without scrutiny under cover of coronavirus

Fears controversial planning applications could be passed without scrutiny under cover of coronavirus

18 May 2020

Proper scrutiny of planning applications must still be carried out during the coronavirus lockdown, a Suffolk MP is warning.


'Root and branch' review of curricula planned ahead of Suffolk pupils returning to school

15 May 2020
'Root and branch' review of curricula planned ahead of Suffolk pupils returning to school

'Root and branch' review of curricula planned ahead of Suffolk pupils returning to school

15 May 2020

Education leaders in Suffolk are expecting that pupils will have made different levels of progress during lockdown.


Call to reimburse schools after free meals failings

15 May 2020
Call to reimburse schools after free meals failings

Call to reimburse schools after free meals failings

15 May 2020

Suffolk education leaders are set to lobby the Government on reimbursing schools which have had to fork out for free school meals.


Council strikes deal for school bus flexibility

13 May 2020
Council strikes deal for school bus flexibility

Council strikes deal for school bus flexibility

13 May 2020

Social distancing measures on school transport not yet clear.


Thousands rush to book recycling centre slots

13 May 2020
Thousands rush to book recycling centre slots

Thousands rush to book recycling centre slots

13 May 2020

Tips to re-open tomorrow after seven-week closure.


Proposal to help Suffolk children returning to school at different stages of learning

12 May 2020
Proposal to help Suffolk children returning to school at different stages of learning

Proposal to help Suffolk children returning to school at different stages of learning

12 May 2020

A 'root and branch review of curricula' is being tabled by Suffolk education chiefs.


SEND pupils to enrol at new specialist units as planned this September

07 May 2020
SEND pupils to enrol at new specialist units as planned this September

SEND pupils to enrol at new specialist units as planned this September

07 May 2020

Steps are in place for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to be admitted to new schools in Suffolk as planned.


Fears over 'lack of public scrutiny' of joint local plan

05 May 2020
Fears over 'lack of public scrutiny' of joint local plan

Fears over 'lack of public scrutiny' of joint local plan

05 May 2020

Concerns have been voiced over the lack of opportunity for public scrutiny at a council due to the coronavirus crisis.


West Suffolk Council set for £1.8m in Covid-19 aid

30 April 2020
West Suffolk Council set for £1.8m in Covid-19 aid

West Suffolk Council set for £1.8m in Covid-19 aid

30 April 2020

A fresh injection of government cash to help local authorities tackle the coronavirus crisis has eased pressure.


Provider of speech and language school set to close opts out of running new smaller unit

29 April 2020
Provider of speech and language school set to close opts out of running new smaller unit

Provider of speech and language school set to close opts out of running new smaller unit

29 April 2020

The provider of a specialist speech and language school in Bury St Edmunds confirmed for closure has opted not to run a new smaller unit.


Developers withdraw plans for petrol station and drive through off A14

23 April 2020
Developers withdraw plans for petrol station and drive through off A14

Developers withdraw plans for petrol station and drive through off A14

23 April 2020

Plans to develop new services off the A14 near Bury St Edmunds have been withdrawn by developers.


£90 increase in fees for post-16 school transport in Suffolk

23 April 2020
£90 increase in fees for post-16 school transport in Suffolk

£90 increase in fees for post-16 school transport in Suffolk

23 April 2020

A £90 increase in fees for post-16 school transport in Suffolk has been agreed despite objections from parents.


Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

22 April 2020
Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

Plans for 334-space car park at former Bury St Edmunds school withdrawn

22 April 2020

Developers behind plans for a 334-space car park on a former school site in Bury St Edmunds have withdrawn proposals to iron out issues.


Developer submits fresh plans for 80 homes in village

16 April 2020
Developer submits fresh plans for 80 homes in village

Developer submits fresh plans for 80 homes in village

16 April 2020

A developer behind proposals to build 70 new homes, which were turned down by planners, has submitted fresh plans for the land – for 80 properties.


Green light for 330 new homes at Marham Park

08 April 2020
Green light for 330 new homes at Marham Park

Green light for 330 new homes at Marham Park

08 April 2020

Developer previously had approval for 250 homes on same plot of land.


Motorists in Suffolk warned to expect tougher approach to bad parking as powers transfer to councils

08 April 2020
Motorists in Suffolk warned to expect tougher approach to bad parking as powers transfer to councils

Motorists in Suffolk warned to expect tougher approach to bad parking as powers transfer to councils

08 April 2020

The coronavirus crisis means the focus will be on dangerous and obstructive parking, particularly on key routes and roads used by emergency services.


Bury St Edmunds Cineworld expansion approved but plans face uncertain future

07 April 2020
Bury St Edmunds Cineworld expansion approved but plans face uncertain future

Bury St Edmunds Cineworld expansion approved but plans face uncertain future

07 April 2020

Plans to expand the Cineworld in Bury St Edmunds have been approved – but the coronavirus has cast doubt on when that project may go ahead, if at all.