Nearly £60million is hoped to be saved at Suffolk County Council in the next four years, via a series of ‘transformation programmes’.
Images have been released showing how the redevelopment of Hadleigh’s former council offices might look, if plans for new homes are approved.
Millions of pounds of cutbacks for council services in Suffolk next year have been revealed – with householders facing further council tax rises.
Suffolk Members of Parliament made the case for fairer funding for the county’s police service during a meeting with the Government’s police minister.
Fears have been raised that free parking could be lost in Suffolk’s towns, if enforcement is transferred from the police to local councils.
Plans for a Sudbury bypass are no more, after Suffolk County Council announced it will instead pursue up to £10 million of junction improvements.
The campaign against a proposed relief road for Sudbury has hailed a tribunal's ruling in its favour, in an ongoing Freedom of Information dispute.
New strategic plans for the future of housing and homelessness reduction in Babergh have been unveiled, with residents encouraged to give their views.
Mental health champions are set to be appointed to support residents of Babergh, after a motion by a Sudbury councillor received cross-party approval.
The MP for South Suffolk has outlined his opposition to a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union.
Questions have been raised over Suffolk County Council’s management of vulnerable children’s homes, as another received an inadequate Ofsted rating.
The best of the district’s community volunteers, organisations and businesses were celebrated at a major annual awards ceremony.
Approval has been given for £1.1million of cash to be pumped into key projects in Babergh.
A pop-up customer access point is being installed in Hadleigh to provide residents with weekly support and advice.
A town councillor has criticised future plans to revitalise Sudbury, branding them as misleading.