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Online climate change awareness course launches for Suffolk

17 November 2022

A free, online course has been launched to coincide with COP27 to support individuals and businesses to learn about the impacts of climate change in Suffolk.

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Stowmarket residents asked to have their say on town’s wayfinding

11 November 2022

Residents, business owners and community groups are being asked to come together and share their views on the vision for Stowmarket.

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Local residents invited to help shape plans for Elmswell’s exemplar housing development

10 November 2022

Elmswell residents are invited to a special drop-in session organised by Mid Suffolk District Council on Thursday (November 17) to find out more about proposals for an exemplar eco-friendly housing development and help shape the plans.

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Man jailed for dog cruelty in Sudbury

8 November 2022

A man has been given a jail sentence relating to neglect and cruelty to dogs in Sudbury.

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Opportunity for greater tenant engagement

8 November 2022

Babergh and Mid Suffolk councils have approved a new Tenant Engagement Strategy which will give tenants more opportunity to be involved in decisions about their homes.

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More than £1.7million for secondary school expansion leads latest round of CIL funding

7 November 2022

The expansion of Thurston Community College is among the projects benefitting from home developer contributions across Mid Suffolk and Babergh, after councillors approved the latest round of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) bids. 

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Residents to help name Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s new bin lorries

31 October 2022

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils launch competition to help them name their new environmentally-friendly bin lorries – in the biggest upgrade to their fleet in almost 10 years.

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Exemplar housing development for Elmswell to be considered

28 October 2022

Council-owned land in Elmswell could be used for a development of 50 environmentally friendly low carbon homes in a scheme going before Mid Suffolk District Council’s cabinet members next month.

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First stage of Women’s Tour brings more than a million reasons to celebrate

28 October 2022

The Women’s Tour 2022 has revealed the fantastic impact of the first stage of the UK’s biggest women’s cycling event, with more than £1m of net economic benefit poured into the regional economy.

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Councils’ commercial property arm continues to generate income for districts

28 October 2022

Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s commercial property company CIFCO made a £6.7m profit last year and generated £3.7m in net income for the councils to plough back into services, councillors heard this week.

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