Protecting the environment

Ecological and landscape advice for planners. How to get involved - volunteering, recycling and composting in Suffolk.

Sulphur Clover and Pyramidal Orchids Shingle Street daisies Blue Bells Bradfield Woods Ben Heather

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Ash dieback in Suffolk

Find out what ash dieback is, how to manage it and a map of affected areas in the UK.

Ecological and landscape services

Ecological support and landscape advice provided by Suffolk County Council to meet its statutory duties; and how to contact these Services.

Suffolk Manual

Download the Suffolk Manual, which is a good practice guide for anyone working on the highway or other public spaces and sensitive areas.

Suffolk Nature Strategy

The priorities of the Suffolk Nature Strategy and how we protect Suffolk's nature environment for people who live, work and visit.

Greenways Countryside Project

The Greenways Countryside Project protects and enhances the countryside and open spaces around Ipswich, for the benefit of wildlife and local people