How to apply or pay for a licence and where to get advice about tendering or supplying Suffolk County Council.
Highways or business licences such as scaffold, animal feed, skip, crane, weighbridge, petroleum, fireworks or festive licences.
Find out how to pay online for a licence (SL NRSWA) or a Section 50 (NRSWA 50) licence with a licence reference number.
Services such as archaeological, property and utilities and Suffolk Advertising and being prepared in an emergency for the loss of power or water supply.
Working in partnership with, a range of programmes and initiatives that support charities, businesses and community organisations.
Suffolk County Council is the accountable body for the LEADER rural funding programme in Suffolk and North Essex.
About the Suffolk Growth Strategy, the Economic Development service, investment and growth opportunities and Better Broadband for Suffolk.
About the procurement and tendering process at Suffolk County Council including our current tender and commissioning opportunities.
Information and advice on fire safety for businesses, landlords and other non-domestic premises including schools, community centres and shops.
Promote your business, inspire young people and invest in skills and training with support provided by the Skills Team at Suffolk County Council.
Details of types of incidents that could damage a business and their likely outcomes, as well as guidance for business on creating a continuity plan.
Range of IT services from Suffolk County Council for schools, academies and multi-academy trusts based in Suffolk.
A network infrastructure project is delivering fast and flexible network connections across public sector sites in Suffolk.
Supporting schools to discuss and understand more about the challenges of cyber security and share their experiences with other schools.
A two-year joint project between Suffolk County Council and Norfolk County Council, funded by a grant from New Anglia LEP.
Where businesses in Suffolk can find online and phone support in relation to coronavirus (COVID-19).