Council news

Transport revamp project due to start

Published 24 September 2012

Major road network improvements to create a 21st century gateway to Ipswich will be starting next week.

New minister backs Suffolk Business Month

Published 11 September 2012

MP Matthew Hancock, who became minister for business and education in last week’s Government reshuffle, has backed Suffolk’s Business Month campaign

Thousands of pounds raised for good causes as deadline looms for insulation scheme

Published 12 September 2012

The deadline is looming for residents to get their cavity walls and lofts insulated for free, and for local organisations to benefit financially, as part of Suf

Suffolk launches first mobile apps

Published 12 September 2012

Suffolk County Council has launched its first ever mobile phone apps - just a few months after inviting local people to help create the new apps from scratch.

Bid to support rural business start ups revived

Published 12 September 2012

Plans to create new businesses and revitalise industrial estates in rural Suffolk have been thrown a funding lifeline, business leaders were told today.

Back to school for headteachers

Published 14 September 2012

The beginning of the autumn term will see 19 new headteachers take the reigns of some of Suffolk’s schools.

Suffolk moves closer to broadband revolution

Published 17 September 2012

Leading councillors will be asked to approve an additional £1.3 million to help connect Suffolk’s rural households and businesses to high speed broadband.

Unique tour of Suffolk’s green buildings

Published 30 August 2012

15 of Suffolk’s ‘greenest’ buildings are opening their doors to the public in support of this year’s Suffolk’s Green Buildings Open Days.

Reorganised schools see major results boost

Published 3 September 2012

SATS: Suffolk-wide gains in reading, writing and maths

Suffolk Autism survey launched

Published 3 September 2012

A survey has been launched to understand more about the needs and experiences of people living with an autistic spectrum condition and their family and carers.