Viewing entries posted in September 2020
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.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have been awarded £100,000, through the Next Steps Accommodation Programme. This is to help cover the costs of commercial hotels needed to provide accommodation and support during the colder weather.
New stats show we care more about the environment than ever before
Mid Suffolk District Council today approved outline planning permission for 210 houses in Thurston – providing "affordable homes" for low income families, cycle and pedestrian improvements, and a new school for the village.
Businesses and residents have been invited to feedback on plans for Gateway 14, a proposed mixed-use business park outside Stowmarket.
Debenham Parish Council’s Neighbourhood Plan has been ‘highly commended’ as part of the virtual 2020 Planning Awards held on 9 September.
Housing growth in Mid Suffolk will fund a range of local projects – including railway station improvements, electrical vehicle charging points and new community facilities – following agreement by councillors this week.