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Babergh launches consultation on housing and homelessness strategy

Babergh launches consultation on housing and homelessness strategy

Babergh launches consultation on housing and homelessness strategy

05 November 2018

New strategic plans for the future of housing and homelessness reduction in Babergh have been unveiled, with residents encouraged to give their views.


Survey 'unfair and misleading' according to Labour Party group

Survey 'unfair and misleading' according to Labour Party group

Survey 'unfair and misleading' according to Labour Party group

03 November 2018

Suffolk County Council defends its budget consultation in light of concerns.


It’s time to talk about dementia

It’s time to talk about dementia

It’s time to talk about dementia

03 November 2018

Bury MP Jo Churchill writes her monthly column - looking at dementia this time


Improvements needed to road and transport links for Western Way Development in Bury St Edmunds, say councillors

Improvements needed to road and transport links for Western Way Development in Bury St Edmunds, say councillors

Improvements needed to road and transport links for Western Way Development in Bury St Edmunds, say councillors

02 November 2018

Councillors vote to pursue final business case for multi-million pound development to bring public services together.


Proposal for 16 flats in Bury St Edmunds approved

Proposal for 16 flats in Bury St Edmunds approved

Proposal for 16 flats in Bury St Edmunds approved

02 November 2018

St Edmundsbury Borough Council discusses application to demolish disused commercial buildings and build housing in their place.


Babergh to appoint wellbeing champions under Mental Health Challenge

Babergh to appoint wellbeing champions under Mental Health Challenge

Babergh to appoint wellbeing champions under Mental Health Challenge

01 November 2018

Mental health champions are set to be appointed to support residents of Babergh, after a motion by a Sudbury councillor received cross-party approval.


Ely's over budget bypass opened to traffic

Ely's over budget bypass opened to traffic

Ely's over budget bypass opened to traffic

01 November 2018

Ely's new bypass was opened to traffic yesterday with combined authority boss James Palmer dismissing a multi-million pound overspen


South Suffolk MP opposes holding second Brexit referendum

South Suffolk MP opposes holding second Brexit referendum

South Suffolk MP opposes holding second Brexit referendum

31 October 2018

The MP for South Suffolk has outlined his opposition to a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union.


'Huge' payout to former Cambridgeshire and Peterborough boss agreed without board's say so

'Huge' payout to former Cambridgeshire and Peterborough boss agreed without board's say so

'Huge' payout to former Cambridgeshire and Peterborough boss agreed without board's say so

29 October 2018

A “huge” £94,500 financial settlement was agreed for a combined authority boss who resigned his post, despite no one on the board being consulted


New West Suffolk Council ward boundaries are drawn up

New West Suffolk Council ward boundaries are drawn up

New West Suffolk Council ward boundaries are drawn up

27 October 2018

Haverhill will have six wards, two more than now, in the new council structure


£94k severance payment for combined authority chief executive revealed

£94k severance payment for combined authority chief executive revealed

£94k severance payment for combined authority chief executive revealed

26 October 2018

The former chief executive of the combined authority was paid £94,500 when he left the job, despite not serving out any notice period


Council under scrutiny after second Suffolk children's home rated inadequate

Council under scrutiny after second Suffolk children's home rated inadequate

Council under scrutiny after second Suffolk children's home rated inadequate

26 October 2018

Questions have been raised over Suffolk County Council’s management of vulnerable children’s homes, as another received an inadequate Ofsted rating.


ROUND-UP: Stars of Babergh celebrated at annual awards night

ROUND-UP: Stars of Babergh celebrated at annual awards night

ROUND-UP: Stars of Babergh celebrated at annual awards night

25 October 2018

The best of the district’s community volunteers, organisations and businesses were celebrated at a major annual awards ceremony.


Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre could move to new site in multi-million pound development for public services

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre could move to new site in multi-million pound development for public services

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre could move to new site in multi-million pound development for public services

23 October 2018

St Edmundsbury Borough Council to consider pursuing a detailed business case for Western Way Development.


New council's ward boundaries published

New council's ward boundaries published

New council's ward boundaries published

23 October 2018

The new arrangements must now be implemented by Parliament before coming into effect next year.


Funding of £1.1m approved for key projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh

Funding of £1.1m approved for key projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh

Funding of £1.1m approved for key projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh

17 October 2018

Approval has been given for £1.1million of cash to be pumped into key projects in Babergh.


Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

Babergh council installs pop-up access point at Hadleigh Library

17 October 2018

A pop-up customer access point is being installed in Hadleigh to provide residents with weekly support and advice.


Suffolk County Council asks for feedback as it looks to cut £25m from budget

Suffolk County Council asks for feedback as it looks to cut £25m from budget

Suffolk County Council asks for feedback as it looks to cut £25m from budget

11 October 2018

A county council is set to slash millions from its budget next year and is now asking for feedback on which services should be saved


Business rates pilot scheme sees key projects given green light

Business rates pilot scheme sees key projects given green light

Business rates pilot scheme sees key projects given green light

08 October 2018

£1m funding approved in Mid Suffolk.


Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

Sudbury councillor questions feasibility of town regeneration plans

07 October 2018

A town councillor has criticised future plans to revitalise Sudbury, branding them as misleading.


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