Viewing entries posted in December 2021
Babergh District Council this week secured an out-of-court settlement of £163,590 in unpaid Community Infrastructure Levy from developers Marden Essex Ltd.
Suffolk’s public sector leaders, which includes Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, are encouraging people to get fully vaccinated, including boosters, in order to increase immunity against the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
A company selling baked goods at various Suffolk markets, has been ordered to pay almost £4k for food hygiene offences.
Eight new homes in Needham Market can now open their doors to families as the Chambers Green development continues to expand
A Community Infrastructure Levy bid from Suffolk County Council to help finance further school places in Brantham received the green light this week, with Babergh’s cabinet approving £345,360 towards the expansion.
Works have begun on installing solar carports which will help power and slash the carbon emissions of two council-owned leisure centres - as part of council plans to tackle climate change.
Suffolk’s status as an Enhanced Response Area (ERA) came to an end this week (December 5), but health bosses are urging people to get vaccinated and have their boosters as soon as they are eligible to combat the new Omicron variant.
Councillors have given the green light to a new three-storey GP surgery and pharmacy for Sudbury, helping to futureproof healthcare for the town.