Plans to refurbish 6 Cross Street, which has stood empty for over a decade, have been approved by Mid Suffolk District Council.
A new strategy has been developed to support Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils’ continued commitment to wellbeing, with councillors set to discuss proposals later this month.
An independent review has recommended that Babergh and Mid Suffolk district councils increase senior officer pay to attract the best candidates for vacant roles and to keep salaries competitive with others in the region.
Independent businesses on and off the high street can benefit from a new grant scheme designed to support business growth and innovation.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk are the first rural UK councils to switch their fleet to Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) – slashing carbon emissions by up to 90% and supporting the councils’ carbon neutral aims.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have received national recognition this week for their innovative support of communities through Covid and beyond.
Mid Suffolk District Council is calling on the Government to determine the fate of a £500m tourist resort by ruling on the future of a neighbouring landfill site.
Now’s your chance to have a say on Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s future parking strategy - with residents, businesses and visitors across the districts urged to help shape plans for the next decade.
Work is set to begin on solar carports which will help power two council-owned leisure centres - as part of council plans to tackle climate change - following planning approval.
New tariffs in Babergh car parks, which will continue to include an hour’s free parking, will come into effect in January next year.