Council news

Green light from Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet to develop more specialist education placements in Suffolk to meet growing demand

Published 29 January 2019

Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet has agreed recommendations to move forward with creating more specialist education places in Suffolk.

Suffolk’s roads warming to £300,000 thermal patching technology

Suffolk’s roads warming to £300,000 thermal patching technology

Published 29 January 2019

Suffolk Highways celebrates road repair success following £300,000 investment in Nu-phalt Thermal Patching technology.

Department for Education recognises outstanding performance by Suffolk students

Published 24 January 2019

Revised GCSE and A Level results have been published by the Department for Education today.

Local communities share reactions to Sizewell C stage 3 consultation

Published 24 January 2019

Community leaders from across east Suffolk came together on Tuesday 22 January 2019.

Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service and Suffolk Trading Standards support Register My Appliance Day

Published 24 January 2019

You're encouraged to register large appliances that you use on a daily basis for essential chores, chill food and cook for their families.

Suffolk County Council awards recycling centre contract to FCC Environment

Published 23 January 2019

The leading resource and waste management business, FCC Environment, has been awarded the new contract for the operation of our 11 Recycling Centres.

Budget proposal increases support to Suffolk’s most vulnerable residents

Published 21 January 2019

See details about spending increases proposed by Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet.

Council pushes forward plans to create more places for specialist education in Suffolk

Published 21 January 2019

The Cabinet will review recommendations put forward by a cross-party Policy Development Panel on Tuesday 29 January 2019.

County Council’s commitment to Ipswich reiterated as three bridges project proves unaffordable

Published 21 January 2019

Suffolk County Council is expected to reconfirm its commitment to regenerating Ipswich’s Waterfront when it considers an Upper Orwell Crossings project report.

Suffolk County Council’s Children’s Services satisfies CQC in latest inspection

Published 18 January 2019

The Care Quality Commission are satisfied with the effective and well led care being provided by our health services for children and young people.