County council chiefs have called on EDF Energy to listen to communities and “do something about Suffolk’s very reasonable concerns” over Sizewell C.
East Suffolk Council will maintain a “neutral” stance on the proposed Sizewell C development, after its Cabinet on Monday night approved its response to be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate this week.
More than £43million is the anticipated financial hit facing a Suffolk authority as a result of coronavirus this year – though Government grants have made up for most of that.
A by-election in Lakenheath is the latest in a string of planned polls set to take place in May 2021.
Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals – a move that some claim could “permanently destroy” the character of many communities.
Plans to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centre provision will go ahead, after a challenge by opposition parties was dismissed.
A task group has been formed to work with food processing plants across Suffolk to prevent coronavirus outbreaks similar to that seen at Banham Poultry.
Suffolk GP surgeries are receiving just one sixth of the pneumonia vaccines they need, it has emerged.
More than a quarter of new coronavirus cases in Suffolk are among people aged between 15 and 25, shock new data reveals.
A dedicated officer is being recruited in Suffolk to lead the county’s efforts in eradicating food poverty.
A commitment of £140,000 has been made for the return of the First Light Festival to Lowestoft next year, after coronavirus forced this year’s event to be cancelled.
A blueprint for investment in Lowestoft over the next 10 years is to be submitted to the government next month in a bid to secure up to £25million of cash for key projects.
A task group to bring under control soaring costs of big infrastructure projects in Suffolk has been operating for nine months, it has emerged.
A controversial decision to revamp Suffolk’s children’s centres made earlier this week has been challenged by opposition councillors – and could be due a fresh debate.
Radical changes to children’s centres provision in Suffolk have been given the final approval after more than a year in the pipeline.
Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing Third Crossing is to be called the Gull Wing, it has been announced – with councillors giving their final approval.
People across Suffolk have been urged to assess their habits since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, with many likely to have picked up new routines both good and bad without realising.
Suffolk’s chief fire officer is standing down from his role after being elected chairman of the National Fire Chiefs Council – a role which will see him advise the UK government.
Fresh questions are being raised over the escalating costs of major highways infrastructure projects in Suffolk in the wake of the £34million increase in the Lake Lothing Third Crossing project.
The commitment to pursuing plans for a third crossing over Lake Lothing is a sign that the town is “open for business”, say council chiefs.
Public health chiefs in Suffolk are urging families to make sure their children are ready for the return of school in September after months away from the classroom during the coronavirus lockdown.
Costs to build a third crossing over Lake Lothing in Lowestoft have ballooned by more than £34million, latest data has showed.
They may be used to the sunny climes of continental Europe, but an exotic spider species has been making East Suffolk its home this summer thanks to wild grasses being allowed to grow.
Six electric vehicles have been bought by East Suffolk Council for its fleet as part of measures to reduce its carbon impact.
Take-up in compost bins across Suffolk soared by 300% during the coronavirus lockdown, according to latest figures.
Students receiving GCSE and A-level results which they are not satisfied with have been urged not to panic this summer.
Appropriate social media use for councillors could become enshrined in the code of conduct they must follow, after a couple of high profile incidents in Suffolk over the past few months.
With school pupils unable to take GCSE and A-level exams this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, results have had to be calculated differently.
Parents with fears about sending their child back to school in September have been urged to have a discussion with headteachers – but there are currently no plans to prosecute parents.