Viewing entries posted in October 2022
Residents to help name Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s new bin lorries
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils launch competition to help them name their new environmentally-friendly bin lorries – in the biggest upgrade to their fleet in almost 10 years.
Exemplar housing development for Elmswell to be considered
Council-owned land in Elmswell could be used for a development of 50 environmentally friendly low carbon homes in a scheme going before Mid Suffolk District Council’s cabinet members next month.
First stage of Women’s Tour brings more than a million reasons to celebrate
The Women’s Tour 2022 has revealed the fantastic impact of the first stage of the UK’s biggest women’s cycling event, with more than £1m of net economic benefit poured into the regional economy.
Councils’ commercial property arm continues to generate income for districts
Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s commercial property company CIFCO made a £6.7m profit last year and generated £3.7m in net income for the councils to plough back into services, councillors heard this week.
Gipping Construction appointed to deliver new homes at Corks Lane, Hadleigh
Babergh District councillors joined directors from Babergh Growth and project leaders from Gipping Construction to review progress of the development of new homes at Corks Lane, Hadleigh.
Global bank to give students unique careers advice in jobs clinic
Young people looking for help, advice or an insight into a new career can attend a fantastic session this week, with advice from global employer and high street bank HSBC.
Winners announced for the Babergh and Mid Suffolk Innovation Awards 2022
The winners of the Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Council Innovations Awards have been revealed.
October half-term fun to keep the kids active
Dozens of council-funded activities are taking place across Babergh and Mid Suffolk this half term, perfect for keeping children and families, happy, healthy and active.
Stage is set for expansion at the John Peel Centre
Iconic venue, the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts, is set to welcome more visitors, events, and experiences, as they expand into neighbouring 11 Market Place.