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26 January 2022

Residents asked for their views on parking options

Residents living in Bury St Edmunds’ 12 parking zones are to be asked for their views on a series of options based upon their earlier feedback and designed to help improve their parking needs.

24 January 2022

Second Omicron grant scheme launched in West Suffolk

A second grant scheme designed to help some of the businesses that been severely impacted by the Omicron variant, has been launched in West Suffolk.

24 January 2022

How do you make a park even better for the environment?

It’s home to thousands of carbon guzzling trees, a haven for wildlife and a popular place for people to get out and exercise – but Nowton Park is about to get greener.

17 January 2022

Hospitality, leisure, and accommodation businesses can apply for new grant

Hospitality, leisure, and accommodation businesses in West Suffolk can now apply for a new grant following the impact on the sector’s trade from the Omicron variant.

12 January 2022

Energy efficiency work will help residents in low-income homes

More than 150 homes will see their energy efficiency dramatically improved after West Suffolk Council secured further Government funding to continue its award-winning work.

11 January 2022

Major milestone in Western Way multi-million investment becoming reality

A multi-million investment in better health, education and services delivered at neutral cost and now with an eight-lane main pool is out for tender.

7 January 2022

Under Pressure – Newmarket gets clean sweep this New Year

A programme of pressure washing and chewing gum removal will be carried out in Newmarket to encourage more visitors to the town centre.