The second phase of the Suffolk Waste Partnership campaign to combat roadside litter is underway with the installation of remote devices to monitor bin fill levels.
Ipswich Magistrates’ Court has ordered Stowmarket resident Tom O’Connor to pay £3,600 after he admitted to two instances of fly-tipping.
Businesses are being invited to work with Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils to establish Community Toilet Schemes in both districts. The Councils wish to ensure that main town centres, key tourism locations and large parks have an adequate provision of public conveniences. As a result, this will give town and parish councils the ability to directly manage and maintain facilities in their areas.
A special second place prize was awarded Marley Sommer for her entry in the 2018 Annual Litter Awareness Competition Mid Suffolk Council.
Public sector leaders in Suffolk have given their backing to a major financial boost to help more young people in Suffolk get into education, employment or training.
Maddie Scott from Cockfield CEVC Primary School has won the annual Schools Litter Awareness Poster Competition run by Babergh District Council.
Suffolk-based charitable leisure trusts Abbeycroft Leisure and South Suffolk Leisure are to merge, following local authority approval.
Babergh District Council’s Cabinet have voted to draw up a planning application to develop up to 58 new homes on the site of the council’s former Hadleigh offices.
Shotley has been chosen as the location for the third public question time event to be held by the Leader of Babergh District Council, Councillor John Ward and Deputy Leader, Councillor Jan Osborne.
Mid Suffolk District Council today published its Annual Monitoring Report, demonstrating a Housing Land Supply of 6.5 years – meeting the government’s requirement of 5 Years.