“We are getting ever closer to the first spade going into the ground to make this bridge a reality.”
Two public hearings will be held next month as stakeholders, businesses and community groups have their say on a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
Millions of pounds of cutbacks for council services in Suffolk next year have been revealed – with homes facing further council tax rises for the next three years.
The contractor appointed to deliver a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft has admitted they are looking forward to working on “a new iconic landmark for the town.”
Detailed designs for the Lake Lothing Crossing in Lowestoft are set to begin soon, as the final evaluation of shortlisted contractors has been completed.
The aptly named Phoenix Enterprise Park will rise from the ashes of a fire which devastated the former Wessex Foods factory site in Lowestoft, which was burned to the ground in 2010.
A planned meeting of two councils to scrutinise the decision making process behind the changes to the Lowestoft Record Office will no longer officially involve both councils.
Leaders from across Suffolk came together to discuss the ongoing work to transform Lowestoft and secure a bright economic future for the coastal town.
Another significant milestone has been reached in Lowestoft’s bid for a long-awaited third crossing.
Suffolk’s tourism trade has seen its biggest boom for a decade – with the visitor economy reaching the £2 billion mark for the first time.
The decision to move some of Lowestoft Record Office’s collections to Ipswich prior to the start of a public consultation over their future has been branded a “betrayal” by opponents.
A joint task group from two councils will thrash out ideas for a solution over controversial plans to close Lowestoft Record Office.
Consent has been given by Suffolk County Council’s cabinet to continue development plans for the Lake Lothing Third Crossing in Lowestoft – but latest figures say a further £8million is needed.
An author who chronicled the time of George Orwell’s time in Southwold has said the Lowestoft Record Office is an “essential resource.”
A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.
Divisive plans to make cuts on free school transport in Suffolk have been given the go-ahead – but proposals for the decision to be reassessed have already been voiced.
The leader of Suffolk County Council set out his priorities for Waveney at an event in the centre of Lowestoft.
Leader of Suffolk County Council Matthew Hicks was unable to confirm the future of the Lowestoft Records Office but promised plans would be put in place to keep a facility in the town.
The new Lake Lothing crossing could go over its original budget with council documents warning it could cost up to £100m.
The dream of Lowestoft’s long-awaited third crossing is moving a step closer to reality as the first formal planning application is lodged.
Councillors have demanded that council money be provided to ensure a physical archives facility in north Lowestoft survives.
Developing and maintaining Suffolk’s road network has been put at the heart of the policies of the new county council leader as he takes over the helm at Endeavour House.
The fight to save Lowestoft Record Office has been given renewed vigour after councillors pledged to support a “long-term” and “sustainable” solution to keep archives in the town.
Suffolk County council is to have a new leader – cabinet member Matthew Hicks defeated Colin Noble in the election for the leader of the ruling Conservative group.
Residents in Wrentham and the surrounding area welcomed a brand new, state-of-the-art fire engine to the village which cost almost a quarter of a million to build.
Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble is facing the fight of his political life after being challenged for the top job by fellow cabinet member Matthew Hicks.
Low income homes across Suffolk will benefit from fully funded central heating systems over the next three years after the county was successful in obtaining a £4.3million grant.
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