Viewing entries posted in January 2021
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have continued to fund a joint initiative offering food and activities for families in need during the school holidays.
Business owners in Babergh and Mid Suffolk are being urged to explore the range of Covid-19 support grants open to support them through the current national lockdown.
Councillors today approved outline planning permission for 269 houses in Barham, securing 94 ‘affordable homes’ for low income house-hunters, highways and pedestrian improvements, and land for a new school for the village.
Babergh District Council, in partnership with Suffolk Libraries, has announced its customer access point will move to Sudbury Library. The access point, co-designed by Suffolk Libraries, will provide digital support and face-to-face services.
A new awareness campaign has been launched in Suffolk to help people get their recycling right.
As the nation prepares to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, councillors from Babergh and Mid Suffolk have strengthened their commitment to tackling anti-semitism.
Outline plans for 86 new homes at Elmswell received the green light today – paving the way for highways improvements, ‘affordable homes’ and a new pre-school for the village.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have invested more than £40m buying 250 new homes for low-income house-hunters.
Property investment company CIFCO Capital Ltd has invested £5.7m in a Basingstoke business centre, so future rental income can be invested back into Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s council services.
Waste and recycling vehicles in Suffolk are now displaying new artwork to help deliver the food savvy message and cut food waste across the county.