Approval has been granted for 80 new homes after 'final matters' agreed.
A decision on plans to build 41 retirement homes close to a village green has been deferred so that councillors can undertake a site visit.
PCCs set the policing element of council tax bills, hold their police force to account, and strive to make their force more transparent.
The council acknowledged a full equality impact assessment was not carried out and the impacts of the changes were not properly assessed or mitigated.
The plan, which eyes 17,000 new homes over its lifetime, has been in development since 2016 and will now be examined by the secretary of state.
Plans to develop village land requiring access down a narrow rural lane have been rejected once again.
Approval for striking new beach huts at a Suffolk seaside town due to be given by a council has been delayed.
Planning permission has been granted for a second phase of homes which will see 35 town houses built in Suffolk.
Expansion plans have been unveiled for four Suffolk schools – which would see capacity increase by more than 100 pupils each if approved.
The candidates have been announced for this May's by-election in Suffolk.
Four candidates have put themselves forward for the Babergh District Council by-election next month for the Great Cornard seat.
The candidates contesting two by-elections at East Suffolk have been published ahead of polling day on May 6.
The candidates standing in the Ipswich Borough Council elections next month have been published ahead of polling day on May 6.
Voters will take to the polls in the 2021 local elections in May – with candidate lists for the Suffolk County Council polls now confirmed.
The latest raft of artists and venues to feature in a Suffolk festival have been unveiled, as the event spreads over two days for its 2021 return.
The four candidates contesting this year’s police and crime commissioner election for Suffolk have been unveiled.
Fresh plans for homes in a Mid Suffolk village have been recommended for approval next week, despite ongoing fears from the community about highways.
More than 10,000 tonnes of Suffolk recycling waste has to be rejected each year because of contamination from wrong items being put in bins.
Plans to establish a care village in the Suffolk countryside have been unanimously rejected.
A survey of people in Suffolk has indicated that 84 per cent will be willing to have a Covid-19 vaccine – below the national level expected.