A decision to approve a full business case represented a big step forward for a massive £18m business hub in Suffolk.
Stradbroke has seen 80 new homes approved to support its primary school.
The county council is gearing up for ‘difficult decisions’ after a £5m hit resulting from the Autumn Statement, the leader has warned.
A developer has been left disappointed after a solar farm project was rejected – despite support from councillors and residents.
A cross-party pledge of support has been issued by county councillors for the Government’s defence spending plans.
A Suffolk council’s planning framework for the district, which has a focus on increasing affordable homes, has taken a step forward.
District councillors have been forced to refuse a large solar farm despite voicing their support.
West Suffolk’s tax reduction scheme could be extended to help families during the cost-of-living crisis.
A massive business centre costing over £18m has taken a step forward.
Pressures remain at the district councils, with both authorities having to be careful ahead of their budget announcements.
A solar development measuring nearly the same as 70 football pitches has been recommended for refusal.
Here’s some of what your representatives across the county have been up to since Monday, November 27.
The funding gap for SEND provision continues to grow larger as demand for services balloons.
Plans have been submitted for three retail units which could create 180 full-time jobs.
A 400-home development in Suffolk could see new open spaces approved.
The East of England is among the worst rural areas in homelessness and social housing waiting lists, a new report has found.
The latest polls paint different pictures of Suffolk’s future during the next general election.
The Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has called for fairer funding for the local police force.
Suffolk villagers and a parish council will be consulted on over a scheme for eco homes that has been placed on hold.
Authority’s local plan, which aims to deliver more than 13,000 new homes by 2040, will be discussed next week.