Mid Suffolk District Council and the Greater South East Energy Hub (GSEEH) have announced up to £40,000 match funding for a study into low carbon opportunities for Gateway 14.
“The political make up of our councils is varied and diverse, but we are united in our view that the climate emergency is the biggest issue that affects us all, alongside responding to and supporting our communities’ recovery from COVID-19.
Councillors are set to consider a raft of environmental measures to help Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils achieve their ambition of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
Outline planning permission for 115 homes in Bramford received the go-ahead today – providing a range of benefits for the village, including affordable housing and substantial public open space.
Today marks the start of Armed Forces Week, with residents across Babergh and Mid Suffolk being asked to share a salute in appreciation of our armed forces community.
Babergh District Council today approved outline planning permission for 64 homes in Boxford – bringing a raft of community benefits, including 22 affordable homes and five acres of public open space.
Suffolk residents are being asked to play their part in reducing infection and shopping local as businesses re-open across the county this week.
CIFCO’s annual Business Plan is on the agenda for Councillors over the next few weeks, as the property investment company continues to weather the coronavirus storm and to provide Babergh and Mid Suffolk with vital funding to aid the districts’ recovery.
Plans for the future of Sudbury town centre – including a hotel and restaurant at Belle Vue – are back on the drawing board, due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Communities are set to receive funding totalling £299,000 for local projects, including the regeneration of St Peter’s in Sudbury, a community venue in Chelsworth and play area in Newton.