Viewing entries posted in June 2022
This week Hadleigh has been putting on a show to celebrate Armed Forces Day. The national initiative is an annual recognition of the contribution of serving men and women, giving thanks to the sacrifices military personnel and their families make.
Plans to improve leisure and wellbeing facilities in Stowmarket are set to move forward following agreement from Mid Suffolk District Council to fund the next stage of development.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils, along with their waste collection provider Serco, are leading the way when it comes to transitioning from standard diesel to Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), after becoming the first rural councils in the UK to start the switch to the new fuel back in September 2021.
Councillors at Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils will consider the future of social housing this week – with a blueprint for quality and sustainable homes in safe neighbourhoods for tenants.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s commercial property company CIFCO made a £6m profit last year – generating £3.75m in net income for the councils to plough back into services, according to a report published this week.
A local charity in Stowmarket is set to benefit from a fundraising boost having been selected as the chosen charity by new Mid Suffolk District Council chairman, Cllr James Caston.
Residents, businesses, and visitors are being invited to have their say on Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s parking strategy for the next 20 years – with roadshow drop-in events starting next week
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are calling for an urgent government review of the number and scale of ‘potentially devastating’ energy infrastructure projects for local communities.
Babergh District Council is hosting a free community event in collaboration with Hadleigh Town Council to say ‘thank you’ to the local military in celebration of Armed Forces Day.
From 15 June building regulations are changing. These amendments have been billed as the biggest changes to building regulations for over 30 years and will have significant impact on those planning building works after this date.