Babergh District Council this week voted to approve its budget for 2018/19, including a £5 a year increase in Council Tax.
A man found guilty of fly-tipping over 28 tons of commercial and industrial waste in Mid Suffolk and Babergh was today sentenced at Ipswich Crown Court to 15 months imprisonment.
Following the huge popularity of Mid Suffolk’s Tree for Life pilot, the hit scheme will be continuing into 2019.
A pioneering partnership in Mid Suffolk is helping young people to take their next step into employment, or on to further education and training.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, along with Ipswich Borough Council have launched MyAccount, an online portal which provides residents and businesses with paperless bills, 24-hour account access and more.
A Babergh and Mid Suffolk database that is the first of its kind in the country has been nominated for the prestigious RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2019.
Mid Suffolk District Council’s Cabinet will next week be asked to approve a consultation on a new parking plan, proposing greater powers to clamp down on people who park illegally while seeing no rise in current parking charges, for the district.
The draft Joint Area Parking Plan, which does not include any proposals to increase car parking charges in Mid Suffolk, sets out eight parking policy objectives and what they are intended to achieve. They include proposals that will:
Councillors in Babergh will next week be asked to approve a consultation on a new parking plan for the district.
Mid Suffolk District Council is urging residents to get active by taking part in the new Great Run Local Walsham Le Willows which launches 9am on Sunday 3 February 2019.
Babergh District Council’s Planning Committee today approved an application to turn the former Angel Court care home into affordable housing, giving the green light to the first stage of the council’s plan for 78 new homes in Hadleigh.