Viewing entries posted in January 2022
Babergh District Council is considering increasing its element of council tax by 2% this year – to ensure continued investment in residents’ quality of life.
Mid Suffolk District Council is considering freezing its element of council tax this year – helping residents through post-pandemic recovery, while still investing in priority areas to improve quality of life.
Suffolk residents who are struggling to keep their homes warm, can contact a new project called Warm Homes Suffolk which offers funding and free advice.
Businesses in Babergh and Mid Suffolk who have been severely impacted by Omicron can now apply for a one-off grant payment through one of two Covid-19 support grants.
The keys to a new social housing development in Brantham were handed over to Babergh District Council this week, with doors opening to residents later this month.
Residents in low-income homes across Babergh and Mid Suffolk can look forward to a warmer, more energy efficient future thanks to £1.9m in Government funding.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have today been named as part of a pilot scheme to allow residents an easier way to shape and influence development in their area.