Council news

Improvements to be made to St Peter’s Wharf on Ipswich Waterfront

Improvements to be made to St Peter’s Wharf on Ipswich Waterfront

Published 12 December 2018

Works to improve St Peter’s Wharf in Ipswich are due to start in the new year.

Ipswich trader ordered to repay £14,600 made from illegal tobacco sales

Ipswich trader ordered to repay £14,600 made from illegal tobacco sales

Published 7 December 2018

An Ipswich trader, has been told today (7 December 2018) at Ipswich Crown Court that he must repay the profits he made from those sales.

Local organisations, authorities and MP give formal backing to Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing Third Crossing

Local organisations, authorities and MP give formal backing to Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing Third Crossing

Published 7 December 2018

The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance, has started its examination into the proposed Lake Lothing Third Crossing.

Make time for your wellbeing and reach out to those who need help this Christmas

Published 5 December 2018

Health leads in Suffolk are uniting in a message of support for anyone struggling to cope this winter, calling on people to seek help and not to struggle alone.

Options assessment report for Sudbury Congestion Relief Scheme published

Published 5 December 2018

The options assessment report for the Sudbury congestion Relief Scheme has been published today.

Budget saving proposal amended following council’s scrutiny process

Published 28 November 2018

Suffolk County Council has revised one of its initial budget proposals for 2019/2020.

Deck the halls with polar bears and penguins!

Deck the halls with polar bears and penguins!

Published 27 November 2018

This year’s exciting recycled Christmas art project is all about polar bears and penguins.

Cabinet to consider refinancing deal for Energy from Waste facility

Published 27 November 2018

Cabinet are being asked to decide if they want to take advantage of an opportunity to partially refinance the Energy from Waste facility in Great Blakenham.

Suffolk leaders encourage businesses to adopt Domestic Abuse policy as part of White Ribbon campaign

Suffolk leaders encourage businesses to adopt Domestic Abuse policy as part of White Ribbon campaign

Published 23 November 2018

Suffolk Public Sector leaders have come together to encourage businesses to adopt a Domestic Abuse policy as part of the national White Ribbon campaign.

Suffolk County Council launches county-wide review of services tackling period poverty

Suffolk County Council launches county-wide review of services tackling period poverty

Published 22 November 2018

Suffolk County Council announced on 22 November 2018 that it is running a full audit of services, across the county, which are aimed at tackling Period Poverty.