Viewing entries posted in October 2021
A Tree for Life scheme in Babergh and Mid Suffolk which offers a free tree for new parents, is open for 2021 applications.
Public examination of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Council’s Joint Local Plan – the strategic blueprint for future development of the districts - has been paused by the Planning Inspector to allow the councils further time to review its evidence.
Two Suffolk councils have committed to reducing streetlight intensity across their districts – protecting plant and wildlife, and reducing energy use, in line with biodiversity and climate change ambitions.
Suffolk Libraries and Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are joining forces to help residents get online with a new iPad lending scheme – supporting those who need a little extra help to access services in an increasingly digital world.
As work continues on the development of the new café and visitor centre at Needham Lake, Mid Suffolk District Council is calling on the community to vote on its name.
Cllr Simon Barrett has joined the Cabinet as cabinet member for finance.
Town and Parish Councils across Babergh and Mid Suffolk will receive £1.5 million in neighbourhood CIL this month – paving the way for a range of vital community facilities and projects.
Residents, visitors and business owners in Sudbury are being invited to view outline plans for improvements to Belle Vue Park.
Preventing homelessness is a priority for Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils. Everyone needs somewhere to live and a place that they can call home.
Mid Suffolk District Council is urging businesses and organisations in Stowmarket to attend a domestic abuse awareness event – empowering them to spot the signs of abuse and help address this.