Leisure centres across Babergh will follow a phased re-opening from 27 July, with users playing an important role in making sure the facilities can operate safely.
Councils to consider CIFCO Business Plan for 2020/21 as investment company helps them to weather the COVID-19 storm
Property investment company CIFCO has met payments to Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils in full again this quarter – providing vital funds for services, as traditional income is hit by COVID-19.
This month, the Sudbury Vision Steering Group met virtually for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced the country into lockdown. With restrictions now easing and non-essential retail businesses, pubs and restaurants starting to reopen, the steering group came together to reaffirm their ambitions of supporting the community and businesses through the current emergency and driving economic recovery in the town.
Councillors are set to consider the timetable for the Joint Local Plan – detailing how Babergh and Mid Suffolk will work with their communities to deliver much needed housing and employment between now and 2037.
Mid Suffolk District Council this week approved detailed plans for 106 new homes – including 37 affordable properties, funding for sustainable transport and improvements to Public Rights of Way.
Detailed plans for 305 new homes in Sproughton received the go ahead today – providing 61 affordable homes, allocation of land for a new primary school and public open space.
Mid Suffolk District Council today approved outline planning permission for 20 homes in Mendlesham – bringing a raft of benefits for the village, including seven affordable homes and public footpath improvements.
Cabinets at Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have today approved a raft of environmental measures to help the councils achieve their ambition of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
Mid Suffolk District Council’s cabinet has approved new taxi fares today, which will see the basic day time rate increase by 60p.
Councillors have today agreed to an £180,000 upgrade in CCTV provision – ensuring Hadleigh and Sudbury remain safe and thriving towns that people are proud to call home.