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20 07, 2022

Improving energy efficiency in rented homes

2022-07-21T11:43:20+01:0020th July 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] Landlords and those with an interest in privately rented housing are invited to attend an online conference later this month. Organised by East Suffolk Council’s Private Sector Housing Team on behalf of all Suffolk local authorities, ...

7 06, 2022

Have your say on options for Pakefield coast

2022-06-10T11:26:37+01:007th June 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] Pakefield residents are invited to give their views on the options for managing the future of the coast through both an online visitor centre and a face-to-face event. Coastal Partnership East, the coastal management team for ...

18 05, 2022

East Suffolk beaches amongst the best

2022-05-18T15:07:38+01:0018th May 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] East Suffolk’s beautiful beaches have once again received national awards, ranking them amongst the best in the country. Each year, the country’s best beaches are awarded Blue Flags and Seaside Awards and this year, four of East Suffolk’s beaches have been selected. ...

28 04, 2022

Helping deliver sustainable homes in East Suffolk

2022-04-28T15:37:27+01:0028th April 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] A new planning document has been adopted in East Suffolk to help guide the development of sustainable buildings in the district. East Suffolk Council has adopted a new Sustainable Construction Supplementary Planning Document (SPD). The Sustainable Construction ...

14 04, 2022

Next steps for managing coastal erosion at Gunton and Corton

2022-04-25T11:21:48+01:0014th April 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] A combination of virtual reality technology and a face-to-face event will be available to help people find out more about the future of the coast at Gunton and Corton. On Thursday 28 April at Corton Community ...

5 04, 2022

East Suffolk encouraged to ‘Clean for the Queen’

2022-04-25T11:17:36+01:005th April 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] Residents and organisations in East Suffolk are being encouraged to get involved in the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations by helping to tidy up the environment we live in. East Suffolk Council has launched a new campaign to ...

5 04, 2022

Wild spaces return to East Suffolk

2022-04-25T11:30:52+01:005th April 2022|

[Source: East Suffolk Council] An annual scheme which creates essential spaces for wildlife will return this year, as part of East Suffolk Council’s commitment to the environment. Launched in 2020, the Council’s ‘Pardon the weeds, we’re feeding the bees’ campaign ...

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