Viewing entries posted in September 2020
Mid Suffolk District Council today agreed detailed plans for 28 homes in Mendlesham – bringing new footpaths and public open space for the village, and providing low income house-hunters with ‘affordable homes’.
Primary schools in Sudbury will learn about the silk industry and weaving process as Creative Young Weavers returns – continuing the legacy of Sudbury Silk Stories and weaving the way for future generations.
Fresh plans for the future of Sudbury town centre were unveiled for the first time today (Monday) at a public meeting of the Sudbury Vision Steering Group.
Babergh’s cabinet has approved plans which will see the management of public open spaces, playgrounds, and litter bins move in-house, in line with neighbouring Mid Suffolk.
Babergh District Council has agreed that Councillor Kathryn Grandon will remain Chairman of the Council for 2020/21.
Cllr Barry Humphreys MBE, Councillor for Chilton, Stowmarket has been elected Chairman of Mid Suffolk District Council and has selected Stowmarket Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) as his chosen charity for the year.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils this week approved a response to the Government’s planning consultation – with councillors in agreement that proposed changes would not support the councils’ ambition to build thriving communities with bright and healthy futures.
Mid Suffolk District Council Chairman, Cllr Lavinia Hadingham has donated £1244.78 to her chosen Charity, Home-Start Mid and West Suffolk raised during her term as Chairman.
Detailed plans for 75 new homes at Wherstead received the green light today – including ‘affordable homes’ for low income house-hunters and the gift of public woodland to the local community.
The search is on to find Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s most innovative businesses for the District’s first ever Innovation Awards.