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.
Outline plans for 146 houses in Onehouse received the green light today – bringing new footpaths and public open space for the village, and providing low income house-hunters with ‘affordable homes’.
Work on a new sixth form centre at Stowupland High School has recently completed, thanks to an allocation of £2.4m in Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funding by Mid Suffolk District Council.
Later this year, visitors to Needham Lake, one of the region’s most visited free tourist attractions, will be able to enjoy a range of brand-new facilities including a new café with outdoor seating, a community events space and an accessible Changing Places facility.
Councillors have agreed Babergh District Council’s budget for 2021/22 – delivering financial stability post-Covid while still delivering the council’s commitment to climate change.
Collaboration between councils, the NHS and a local housing developer is paving the way for a new community car park – providing parking for medical staff and patients attending COVID vaccination appointments.
Households across Babergh and Mid Suffolk will be asked to take part in Census 2021 this spring.
Councillors have agreed Mid Suffolk District Council’s budget for 2021/22 – keeping council tax low while ‘supercharging’ the district’s post-Covid recovery.
Mid Suffolk District Council today refused outline planning permission for 279 homes to be built in Needham Market, citing concerns over the development’s location, accessibility and impact on landscape.
More Suffolk residents, including those in Babergh and Mid Suffolk, are set to benefit from Government Green Homes Grants thanks to a further successful bid for £3m funding by a Suffolk consortium of local authorities.