Viewing entries posted in February 2023
Update: Due to the adverse weather, the 8 March community safety day has been postponed, with a new date to be confirmed.
With currently over a thousand homes across Babergh and Mid Suffolk districts classified as empty, ‘Houses4Homes’ encourages owners of vacant residential properties to come forward for advice and support in turning their property into a home for another family.
The first steps towards a dedicated cultural, heritage and visitor economy strategy could move forward should proposals be approved by Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils Cabinets in March.
Mid Suffolk District Council has confirmed a council tax freeze for residents and ring-fenced £2m for household energy-saving measures for those most in need, despite rising costs and increased demands on services.
A joint initiative focused on youth employment for 16-24 year olds has been launched in Suffolk.
Action to support even more people through the cost-of-living challenges will be taken in Suffolk as food bank usage rises.
Babergh District Council has agreed its budget for 2023/24 – ensuring rural communities have access to the services they need and providing ongoing support for the district’s residents, businesses, towns and villages.
Civic dignitaries from across Suffolk joined Mid Suffolk District Council’s Chairman and local community representatives for a special service at St Mary’s the Virgin Church in Bramford earlier this month.
Suffolk’s public sector leaders, including those from Babergh and Mid Suffolk, are targeting an end to rough sleeping across the county by 2027.
Commendable efforts are being made across Suffolk to ensure the retrofit of energy inefficient homes.