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21 Feb 2018

Market encourages customers to use reusable cups

Shoppers in Bury St Edmunds can now show their support for the town’s market and for the environment by enjoying their brew in a reusable cup.

21 Feb 2018

Community project in Bury St Edmunds wins Government backing

A community led project to replace a community centre, generate funds to spend on local schools and provide new homes in Bury St Edmunds has won Government backing.

21 Feb 2018

Budget aims to protect services and prosperity in St Edmundsbury

Councillors have agreed a budget which protects services, aims to grow the economy and continues the authority’s investment in local communities.

21 Feb 2018

Hargrave on course to produce West Suffolk's first Neighbourhood Plan

One of West Suffolk’s smallest villages is on course to creating the first Neighbourhood Plan in West Suffolk, as residents are consulted on the draft, legally binding document that gives their community a say in future development.

21 Feb 2018

Update on Forest Heath Local Plan

Forest Heath District Council submitted the Local Plan’s Single Issue Review of Core Strategy Policy CS7 Overall Housing Provision and Distribution, and the Site Allocations Document to the Secretary of State for examination on 24 March 2017.

14 Feb 2018

Budget proposals aimed at increasing prosperity and protecting services

Councillors backed proposals aimed at protecting high quality services, creating prosperity and meeting national and local financial challenges.

14 Feb 2018

Councils work together to secure Brandon Country Park's future

Plans to secure the future of Brandon Country Park have been backed by Forest Heath District Council Cabinet.

09 Feb 2018

Haverhill company sees the energy efficient light

A pioneering West Suffolk scheme to support local businesses be greener and save money has helped a Haverhill company see the light and reduce costs.

08 Feb 2018

A splash of colour for town centre street

Market traders in Bury St Edmunds have joined forces with Bury in Bloom and St Edmundsbury Borough Council to improve the look of a town centre street.

08 Feb 2018

Minister backs new West Suffolk Council

Proposals to create a new West Suffolk Council to drive prosperity, jobs and meet future challenges has been backed by Government.