Returning music festival Sound City Ipswich will go-ahead in 2021, organisers have confirmed.
Environmental issues underpin all areas of the Greens’ manifesto for the Suffolk County Council polls on May 6.
The Liberal Democrats’ mantra for the local elections is “getting Suffolk back on its feet – reconnecting, reviving and regenerating communities”.
A total of 141 new homes will be built on the site after plans to increase the size of the development were approved.
The Suffolk Labour group’s 2021 election manifesto, called Believe in Suffolk, has the strapline “Proud of our heritage, ambitious for our future”.
The Conservatives have launched their manifesto for the 2021 Suffolk County Council elections, which this year is based around four key principles.
Controversial plans to build 55 new homes in Suffolk have been given the go ahead, despite widespread concerns over planned access roads.
The next phase of the housing development has secured final approval – as work continues to progress on the site.
A shake-up of Covid-19 rapid test centres will see some sites close but new sites open – with others relocated and home testing expanded.
Suffolk currently has the highest rate of Covid-19 vaccinations anywhere in the UK, a meeting of health and council leaders has heard.
“Radical” changes to Suffolk’s rapid Covid-19 test sites will be made, with some centres moving into high streets and home testing set to soar.
Suffolk’s public health chief has said levels of Covid-19 in the county are as low as they are likely to get as more restrictions ease next week.
The plans were approved by seven votes to two, with two abstentions, despite a 1,211-signature petition objecting to the scheme.
Pressure is mounting on a Suffolk authority to keep street lights on in response to safety concerns raised in the Sarah Everard debate.
Public order powers to tackle boy racers around a town estate are set to be introduced at the end of this month.
Cancer referral and treatment numbers in Suffolk are nearing pre-pandemic levels following a dramatic fall in the spring caused by Covid-19.
Work to repair and replace the roof of a tourist spot will finally get underway this summer.
A pilot project is to get underway in two Suffolk districts to reduce the reliance on the grid and instead utilise solar power for leisure centres.
A pot of £131,000 from Community Infrastructure Levy funds – financial contributions from housing developers – was approved for four projects.
Suffolk education leaders have said the return of pupils to the classroom last week from the Covid-19 lockdown has been largely positive.