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  1. Walberswick Village Hall loo refurbishment

    23 July 2014

    The Walberswick Village Hall Charity Trustees are about to start on a major refurbishment project which has been in planning for 20 months. The toilets have not had a major upgrade since the Hall was built in the 1960’s. Therefore, as part of its…

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  2. Friends of Felixstowe Seafront Gardens Gardening Club

    17 July 2014

    Get your trowel out and come along this weekend to help make Seafront Gardens in Felixstowe look even better. The Friends of Felixstowe Seafront Gardens work alongside the Suffolk Coastal Services (SCS) team to deliver hands-on gardening support. The…

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  3. Weather warnings

    17 July 2014

    There is potential for some intense thunderstorms on Saturday which could see large rainfall totals in a short space of time, which could cause flash flooding, as well as lightning and large hail. This remains a risk rather than a certainty at the…

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  4. Cabinet Office visit

    16 July 2014

    A Suffolk Coastal apprentice has been given a personal insight into the workings of central Government. Chloe McVay, who is an apprentice in Electoral Services at Suffolk Coastal, was recently invited to spend a day working at the Cabinet Office in…

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  5. Suffolk Coastal welcomes planning permission appeal dismissal

    16 July 2014

    Suffolk Coastal has welcomed the Planning Inspectorate's decision to dismiss the appeal against the decision to refuse planning permission on an application to build 26 homes on land at Old High Road, Yoxford. View a copy of the decision letter from…

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  6. Accommodation project update - July 2014

    15 July 2014

    Suffolk Coastal’s future accommodation plans were debated at Cabinet last night (Monday, 14 July). At a special meeting of Cabinet, Members received a detailed confidential report on the work of the Accommodation Review Project Board. The board was…

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  7. Search for solution to unauthorised Gypsy and Traveller encampments

    14 July 2014

      210 encampments in Suffolk equivalent to over 10 years of unlawful stopping Need for long term solution to serve needs of Gypsy and Traveller and settled communities Public consultation to follow identification of potential short stay…

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  8. Action plan to improve air quality

    10 July 2014

    An action plan is to be drawn up to combat air pollution on the A12 at Stratford St Andrew. Suffolk Coastal has been monitoring the levels of nitrogen dioxide along the A12 in the vicinity of Farnham, Little Glemham and Stratford St Andrew from 2011…

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  9. Comment on Planning Inspectorate’s decision to allow appeal on Framlingham development

    9 July 2014

    Suffolk Coastal District Council has expressed its disappointment with the Planning Inspectorate’s decision to allow an appeal on the development planned for land off Station Road, Framlingham. The Council wanted to place an obligation on the…

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  10. Sign-up for the Healthy Ambitions One Million Steps Challenge

    8 July 2014

    Healthy Ambitions are hoping to attract even more teams for this year's One Million Steps Challenge. The Challenge is open to everyone - businesses throughout the region are being encouraged to support their staff as they embark on their daily walks…

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