Viewing entries posted in November 2020
Former Babergh councillor Nick Ridley was announced winner of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedicated work in public service at the Local Government Information Unit's (LGIU) virtual awards ceremony last night (26 November).
Current infection rates and pressure on county’s hospitals among reasons for Suffolk entering tier two restrictions
Press release issued on behalf of Suffolk Resilience Forum, made up of partners across Suffolk, including Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils.
Further grant funding for businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk has been announced as part of the Government’s Covid-19 support packages which include the recently launched Local Restrictions Support Grant.
Property investment company CIFCO Capital Ltd has purchased three further properties this month totalling almost £10.5m, to bring in future income for councils to invest back into local communities.
18 November 2020
27 October 2020
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councillors are united in their response to the Government’s Planning for the Future consultation – insisting that proposals must not be at the detriment of local communities and should not lose focus on the challenges facing rural districts.
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Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils this week finalised their Joint Local Plan – paving the way for sustainable housing growth, employment opportunities, and thriving communities with bright and healthy futures.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are seeking views on revised Community Infrastructure Levy charges for developers – helping to provide communities with the facilities they need to keep pace with growth.
Businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk who have had to close their doors to customers as part of the current national lockdown may be eligible for a second wave of grant funding.
The design concepts for the Market Hill area of Sudbury have gone on display in a shop window near to the area that could become a pedestrian-friendly space in the future.