Two Suffolk councils’ climate change ambitions have taken a step forward, following approval of over £600k in funding for solar carports.
Babergh District Council has approved £131,239 in funding from housing growth for local initiatives, including switching the council’s fleet to alternative fuels – significantly reducing carbon emissions in the district.
A new era for Belle Vue House and entrance for Belle Vue Park to welcome town centre visitors were agreed by cabinet members of Babergh District Council last night (Thursday).
Suffolk partners with environmental charity in new campaign to stop people trying to recycle disposable nappies
National survey reveals that more than one million UK nappy users are putting them in their recycling bin.
The first detailed plans of part of the Chiton Woods development – which, when complete, is set to provide 1,150 homes, new jobs and secure a raft of community benefits – received the green light today.
Businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being invited to join a new Innovation Network aimed at connecting forward thinking businesses of all types in the region.
Housing growth in Mid Suffolk will fund a range of local projects, following agreement by councillors – including the expansion of Mendlesham Health Centre, a carbon reduction initiative, and new community facilities.
As part of Freeport East, Gateway 14 is set to bring a range of business and investment benefits from this new national initiative to the region.
A company selling baked goods at various Suffolk markets, including Stowmarket, has been fined nearly £10,000 for food hygiene offences.
New plans for the future of Belle Vue are set to be considered by Babergh District Council in response to the challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic.