Community leaders have approved plans for the transition of on-street parking enforcement from police to local authorities.
Community leaders in east Suffolk expect others to follow suit after formally agreeing to merge two councils to create a “super district’, the largest in the country
The biggest shake-up in council services in Lowestoft and Waveney for a generation has been given the go-ahead, paving the way for change across the area.
Leaders at a district council are to seek an urgent meeting with the government to see if they can keep the prospect of a Suffolk-only devolution deal alive.
Claims that combining two coastal authorities in a new “super-council” would cause a democratic deficit have been rejected by a leader supporting the plans.
“Getting decisions made here, closer to home - that’s got to be the prize.”
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