Council news

Tell us what you think about local services as Suffolk County Council looks to save £25 million in 2019/2020

Tell us what you think about local services as Suffolk County Council looks to save £25 million in 2019/2020

Published 11 October 2018

Suffolk County Council’s annual budget consultation has launched as it looks towards setting its budget for the coming financial year.

Sudbury man convicted for causing unnecessary suffering to animals

Published 10 October 2018

Smallholding owner, Matthew Lowe, has been successfully prosecuted for a total of eight offences for neglect to poultry, pigs and rabbits.

Phoenix Enterprise Park officially opens for business

Phoenix Enterprise Park officially opens for business

Published 5 October 2018

The site of the former Wessex Foods factory has been brought back to life as a new business and enterprise park.

Parents urged to have their say on school admissions consultation

Published 3 October 2018

The county council is seeking views on its proposed admissions policy for the 2020/2021 school year as well as future arrangements.

Independent review of Upper Orwell Crossings costs published

Published 1 October 2018

The cost of building three new bridges across the river Orwell in Ipswich will be up to £139 million, a new independent report has confirmed.

Cabinet to examine new care at home model

Published 1 October 2018

A new model for the delivery of adult social care in Suffolk will go before Cabinet on Tuesday 9 October 2018.

Representatives come together to officially open Beccles Southern Relief Road

Representatives come together to officially open Beccles Southern Relief Road

Published 25 September 2018

The Beccles Southern Relief Road was officially opened by Vice Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, Robert Rous.

County council urges residents to make use of new bus service between Haverhill and West Suffolk Hospital

Published 25 September 2018

More residents are encouraged to use a new community bus service linking Haverhill with West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.

Suffolk’s businesses invited to comment on fair enforcement

Published 24 September 2018

Suffolk’s businesses and residents are being invited to comment on Suffolk County Council Trading Standards’ proposed updated Enforcement Policy.

Rogue traders targeting the elderly and vulnerable sentenced to a combined 82 weeks and fined £5,994

Published 20 September 2018

An Essex company which sold unnecessary energy products to vulnerable people in Suffolk has been successfully prosecuted for a total of 16 offences.