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County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

21 September 2020

A Suffolk authority has revealed the financial implications of coronavirus this year.


Five councillors could lose roles under proposed reform

Five councillors could lose roles under proposed reform

Five councillors could lose roles under proposed reform

19 September 2020

Five councillors could be out of a job under a proposal to change political boundaries in Suffolk.


Thousands of new homes proposed by developers

Thousands of new homes proposed by developers

Thousands of new homes proposed by developers

17 September 2020

Find out what is suggested for your community with our interactive map as new towns and major developments are put forward.


Councillors tackle town parking issues

Councillors tackle town parking issues

Councillors tackle town parking issues

16 September 2020

Councillors have launched a questionnaire aimed at tackling car parking issues in the centre of a town after dozens of complaints from residents.


'Shaped by the people and for the people': Construction of new community centre and houses on estate to start

'Shaped by the people and for the people': Construction of new community centre and houses on estate to start

'Shaped by the people and for the people': Construction of new community centre and houses on estate to start

14 September 2020

The construction of a new community centre and 79 homes on an estate is set to begin in the next two months.


Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

Residents and councillor frustrated with overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs

13 September 2020

Residents and a councillor have spoken out over their frustration with the issue of overgrown weeds, trees, bushes and loose paving slabs in a town.


Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

12 September 2020

Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals.


Revamp of children's centres to go ahead as challenge dismissed

Revamp of children's centres to go ahead as challenge dismissed

Revamp of children's centres to go ahead as challenge dismissed

11 September 2020

Plans to revamp Suffolk children’s centre provision will go ahead, after a challenge by opposition parties was dismissed


'Rule of 6' to come in from Monday

'Rule of 6' to come in from Monday

'Rule of 6' to come in from Monday

09 September 2020

Boris Johnson has formally announced that from Monday it will be illegal to gather in groups of more than six.


Suffolk MP says ban on social gatherings of more than six people 'vital to protect life'

Suffolk MP says ban on social gatherings of more than six people 'vital to protect life'

Suffolk MP says ban on social gatherings of more than six people 'vital to protect life'

09 September 2020

New rules banning social gatherings of more than six people are “absolutely vital to protect life”, a Suffolk MP has said.


Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

Street lights used to charge electric vehicles in trial project

07 September 2020

Street lights are being used to charge electric vehicles in a new £45,000 trial by a council.


Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

04 September 2020

Restaurant-goers in Suffolk enjoyed more than half a million meals through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme last month.


Councillors challenge decision to revamp children's centres amid concerns about report flaws

Councillors challenge decision to revamp children's centres amid concerns about report flaws

Councillors challenge decision to revamp children's centres amid concerns about report flaws

03 September 2020

A controversial decision to revamp the county's children's centres has been put on hold after a challenge from councillors.


These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

03 September 2020

Pubs, churches, sports domes and even a bus stop are among the 54 structures set to be added to a list of local buildings of special interest.


Town traders to vote on plans to form business improvement district

Town traders to vote on plans to form business improvement district

Town traders to vote on plans to form business improvement district

03 September 2020

Hundreds of businesses in a Suffolk town have the opportunity to decide if they want to be part of a scheme to champion their interests.


Detailed plans for 63 homes approved on development site

Detailed plans for 63 homes approved on development site

Detailed plans for 63 homes approved on development site

30 August 2020

Detailed plans for 63 homes on a development have been approved.


Authority's decision to revamp children's centres called in by opposition councillors

Authority's decision to revamp children's centres called in by opposition councillors

Authority's decision to revamp children's centres called in by opposition councillors

27 August 2020

A controversial decision to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centres made earlier this week has been challenged by opposition councillors.


Work to save historic building given approval to begin

Work to save historic building given approval to begin

Work to save historic building given approval to begin

27 August 2020

Work to save an historic merchant house can begin after securing planning permission for work to take it off the ‘at risk’ register.


New multi-storey car park plans given go ahead

New multi-storey car park plans given go ahead

New multi-storey car park plans given go ahead

26 August 2020

Plans for a new multi-storey car park in a town centre have been given the green light.


Council decision sees children's centres set to close or provide part-time services

Council decision sees children's centres set to close or provide part-time services

Council decision sees children's centres set to close or provide part-time services

26 August 2020

Radical changes to children’s centres provision in Suffolk have been given final approval after more than a year in the pipeline.


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