Viewing entries posted in December 2021
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are halfway through installing £2.8m worth of green energy measures at their leisure centres – providing the centres with renewable energy and slashing CO2 emissions.
Suffolk residents can still seek support over the festive period, with help available for anyone who is self-isolating, facing financial difficulties or struggling with their health and wellbeing.
Cllr Wendy Turner has resigned from Mid Suffolk District Council, having moved away from the area to be closer to her family. She represented the Thurston Green ward since her election in May 2019, alongside Cllr Harry Richardson.
The leaders of Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, Cllr John Ward and Cllr Suzie Morley, are amongst Suffolk public sector leaders sending a joint message to Suffolk residents.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have welcomed a decision by Planning Inspectors to allow work on their Joint Local Plan to continue – meaning the councils can ensure the right developments happen in the right places at the right time.
People in Suffolk can today take advantage of free bus and taxi rides to get to their vaccination appointment or to a vaccine drop-in clinic.
Hey Presto! Magic, circus skills, football, swimming, and outdoor cooking, are amongst the fun activities on offer from Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils and partners during the Christmas school holidays.
Mid Suffolk District Council has welcomed news that Gateway 14, near Stowmarket, has officially been designated as a tax site as part of Freeport East.
A pilot scheme to support small businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk has been hailed a success as it reaches its six-month milestone.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have submitted a joint response to a consultation by National Highways on proposed improvements to the Copdock Interchange – urging the creation of a new link road to keep business traffic flowing freely.