Nine much-needed community infrastructure projects will receive funding boosts totalling over £232,000, following decisions by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils.
Work on a new Multi-Use Games Area in Belle Vue Park, Sudbury, ahead of the installation of a new skate park will begin on Monday next week.
The Stowmarket building previously occupied by the food store chain Aldi, has today been acquired by Mid Suffolk District Council.
A Casual Vacancy has arisen for the post of Suffolk County Councillor for Bosmere Division. To call an election a request must be made in writing to the Deputy Returning Officer by two electors within the Suffolk County Council area.
A restored facility at The Foyer in Stowmarket is set to more than double the Council’s provision of accommodation for families and vulnerable people in the Mid Suffolk District that find themselves without a home when it opens on 10 September.
Businesses in Mid Suffolk’s Market Towns are being invited to apply for funding to make improvements to their shopfronts and make their businesses more accessible under two new grant schemes launched Friday 31st August.
Babergh District Council has appointed experienced consultants Carter Jonas to conduct an options and appraisal study on the future of the former Delphi Industries site in Sudbury.
Babergh’s first Pop-Up Customer Access Point has begun offering access to Council Services in Shotley.
Gateway 14 Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mid Suffolk District Council, has purchased 100 acres of land to the East of Stowmarket, directly adjacent to junction 50 of the A14 trunk road. Known as ‘Gateway 14’, the site is ideally situated to provide vital links to the Port of Felixstowe in the East, to the Midlands and the UK motorway network beyond.
The Leader and Deputy Leader of Babergh District Council are continuing their successful public Question Time events with a visit to Lavenham on Saturday 18 August.