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Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

02 August 2018

A Suffolk MP says a major employer in Glemsford is not bluffing about what will happen to their factory post-Brexit if no deal is reached with the EU.


Suffolk councils invest in Hertfordshire

Suffolk councils invest in Hertfordshire

Suffolk councils invest in Hertfordshire

01 August 2018

Two Suffolk councils criticised for investing in properties outside the county have have invested in a seventh – in Hemel Hempstead.


Bury St Edmunds MP's summer tour of villages

Bury St Edmunds MP's summer tour of villages

Bury St Edmunds MP's summer tour of villages

27 July 2018

Jo Churchill will also meet Clive Selley, CEO of BT Openreach, to discuss the ongoing push for better broadband.


Village is first to have neighbourhood plan adopted

Village is first to have neighbourhood plan adopted

Village is first to have neighbourhood plan adopted

27 July 2018

The plan will help shape future development for the parish.


New health minister Matt Hancock gives first interview

New health minister Matt Hancock gives first interview

New health minister Matt Hancock gives first interview

26 July 2018

In his first interview after being made Health Secretary Newmarket MP Matt Hancock told of how he relished the challenge of his unexpected promotion


Report recommends refusal on controversial Bures development

Report recommends refusal on controversial Bures development

Report recommends refusal on controversial Bures development

22 July 2018

Bures residents are planning to turn up en masse to a planning meeting about a controversial housing development in their village.


New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

21 July 2018

Lavenham Parish Council says its honesty box system for toilets could be adopted elsewhere.


'Abject failures' concerning lack of five-year housing land supply are condemned

'Abject failures' concerning lack of five-year housing land supply are condemned

'Abject failures' concerning lack of five-year housing land supply are condemned

20 July 2018

Town and parishes affected by district's lack of deliverable housing land speak out following five-year supply announcement.


Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

19 July 2018

Almost £1m could be invested into major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh, as Suffolk looks to retain extra business rate money under a new scheme.


Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

19 July 2018

Faced with the possibility of closing, the future of Lavenham’s Tourist Information Centre appears brighter, as community hub proposals move forward.


Abbeycroft and South Suffolk trusts merger wins approval

Abbeycroft and South Suffolk trusts merger wins approval

Abbeycroft and South Suffolk trusts merger wins approval

16 July 2018

New leisure trust will start operating from October 1, under the name Abbeycroft Leisure.


Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

13 July 2018

A ‘minority’ member of Hadleigh Town Council believes the momentum is building to change the authority from within, after recent local votes.


MP voices 'hard Brexit' concerns as 500 jobs in Glemsford face uncertain future

MP voices 'hard Brexit' concerns as 500 jobs in Glemsford face uncertain future

MP voices 'hard Brexit' concerns as 500 jobs in Glemsford face uncertain future

12 July 2018

One of the biggest employers in south Suffolk says the lack of clarity on Brexit threatens its competitiveness, creating uncertainty around 500 jobs.


Land supply figure spurs plans review

Land supply figure spurs plans review

Land supply figure spurs plans review

11 July 2018

Mid Suffolk District Council demonstrates five year housing land supply, but 'too many horses have bolted' claim.


West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

West Suffolk food businesses to be able to pay for fast-tracked hygiene re-inspections

11 July 2018

Those concerned about the outcome of their inspections will be able to pay £110 for a fast-tracked re-inspection.


Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

Sudbury renews close twinning partnership with Danish town

10 July 2018

Sudbury cemented its close links with Fredensborg in Denmark this month, when it welcomed visitors to celebrate more than a decade as twinned towns.


West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock appointed Health Secretary

09 July 2018

Mr Hancock has been promoted in the wake of a series of cabinet resignations today.


Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

Celebrating councils and community this National Democracy Week

07 July 2018

Cllr Gerard Brewster urges young people to stand as councillors next year as part of National Democracy Week.


District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

District council's investments in sites outside Babergh under scrutiny

06 July 2018

The investments of tens of millions of pounds by two Suffolk councils into retail sites outside the county has fallen under scrutiny.


Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

Call for council 'transparency' to end to Barley Homes uncertainty

06 July 2018

A councillor has called for ‘more transparency’ about the future of a council-owned affordable housing developer


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