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Coastline is Suffolk Coastal's newsletter for residents.

Coastline October 2014

Main stories:Coastline October 2014 cover

  • Suffolk Coastal is set to move its headquarters.
  • New customer services one-stop shop for Felixstowe library.
  • Work on the Seafront Gardens project is back on track.
  • Review of electoral wards complete.
  • Enabling Communities - how we support local communities to do more for themselves.
  • Suffolk Coastal Business & Community Awards are open for nominations.
  • Get involved with planning - having your say on planning policies and applications.
  • Plant trees - grants available to plant trees.
  • Video reminds householders to ensure their waste is disposed of legally.
  • Businesses urged to apply for their share of the Government's flood grants.
  • Operation Camouflage shortlisted for national award.

  • October 2014 issue (PDF 1.42MB)

Coastline Issue 51 - March 2014

Main stories:Coastline issue 51 cover

  • Council Tax frozen for fourth year.
  • 2014/15 budget - where the money goes.
  • Have your say on plans to cut the number of councillors.
  • Flooding round-up.
  • Enabling our communities - new fund set up to help support communities.
  • Suffolk Coastal Disability Forum.
  • Thorpeness coastal management consultation update.
  • New online application form for Housing Benefits and Local Council Tax Reduction.
  • Outstanding designs celebrated.
  • Felixstowe to host a world-class cycling event.

  • Issue 51 - March 2014 (PDF 1.4MB)

Coastline Issue 50 - November 2013

Main stories:Coastline issue 50

  • Rising to the challenge
  • Where the money goes
  • New homes ready
  • East Suffolk Partnership
  • HQ review
  • Better services
  • Who’s who at Suffolk Coastal
  • Your Councillors
  • Faces of the Future
  • Load of rubbish
  • Grants make a difference
  • Fly-tippers beware
  • Fit for the future
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Community awards
  • Christmas opening and contact information

  • Issue 50 - November 2013 (PDF 3.38MB)

Coastline Issue 49 - March 2013

Main stories:Coastline issue 49 cover

  • Council Tax frozen but budgeting for growth and prosperity
  • Cut your energy bills
  • Size of Council under review
  • Big changes to benefits
  • Where your Council Tax goes
  • A year of achievements
  • 10 years of your Local Strategic Partnership making a difference
  • The partnership for East Suffolk
  • New Sizewell must power the district
  • Turning our district greener
  • Comment on modified Core Strategy
  • £20m Felixstowe investment
  • Apprentices enthuse councils
  • 1953 flood remembered

  • Issue 49 - March 2013 (PDF 2MB)
  • Large print version (no graphics) (PDF 93KB)