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  1. Improvement work for Mildenhall Recycling Centre

    By Suffolk County Council on September 8th, 2016

    Work is due to start on Monday 19 September to expand the site of Mildenhall Recycling Centre. The new layout of the site, which is expected to be completed by the end of the year, will improve traffic flow and parking, as well as allowing full …

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  2. Suffolk County Council welcomes Abdul Razaq as its new Director of Public Health and Protection

    By Suffolk County Council on August 15th, 2016

    Earlier this morning Suffolk County Council welcomed Abdul Razaq as its new Director of Public Health and Protection. Abdul brings with him a wealth of experience as a public health specialist and director, having worked for a number of …

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  3. Devolution consultation starts today

    By Suffolk County Council on July 8th, 2016

    Devolution consultation starts today

    From today, people across Norfolk and Suffolk are being asked for their views on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. Devolution is about transferring certain decision-making powers and funding …

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  4. Seeing more of Suffolk on screen – promoting our landmarks and landscapes to the film industry

    By Suffolk County Council on July 6th, 2016

    Seeing more of Suffolk on screen – promoting our landmarks and landscapes to the film industry

    Suffolk County Council is currently managing a tender process ‘Building Suffolk’s Screen Industries’ on behalf of all Suffolk’s local authorities. The aim is to find a film industry expert to help establish Suffolk as the go-to place to …

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  5. Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    By Suffolk County Council on July 5th, 2016

    Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    Proposed devolution deals for East Anglia published today would deliver £300m over five years for housing and £45m a year (for 30 years) to increase jobs, provide better infrastructure and drive growth in local businesses and the …

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  6. County Council unanimously supports motion to stamp out hate crime

    By Suffolk County Council on July 1st, 2016

    County Council unanimously supports motion to stamp out hate crime

    Suffolk County Councillors unanimously showed their support today, welcoming the contribution of people from all countries, faiths and cultures. As part of the Full Council meeting, councillors agreed to include an urgent motion for consideration …

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  7. Devolution poll results show support for greater local decision making in Suffolk

    By Suffolk County Council on June 27th, 2016

    Devolution poll results show support for greater local decision making in Suffolk

    The results of a Suffolk-wide resident poll on devolution show that three out of five people support the idea of giving more decision making powers to East Anglia. As part of an independent poll carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Suffolk …

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  8. Aggressive security firm salesmen ordered to pay over £6000 victim compensation and costs

    By Suffolk County Council on June 1st, 2016

    A director and a salesman from a security alarm firm, who used high pressure sales techniques, have received suspended jail terms and ordered to pay over £6000 at Ipswich Crown Court, late last week. Earlier this year, Kevin Powell, 35, director of …

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  9. Proposed new heritage centre receives over £0.5million grant

    By Suffolk County Council on May 23rd, 2016

    Proposed new heritage centre receives over £0.5million grant

    Suffolk County Council’s Record Office has received support* and a grant of over £0.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards their proposals for a new heritage centre. The development funding of £538,100 has been awarded to help …

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  10. Council’s Cabinet commits to no further fire station closures in Suffolk before Government’s 2020 Spending Review

    By Suffolk County Council on May 19th, 2016

    Council’s Cabinet commits to no further fire station closures in Suffolk before Government’s 2020 Spending Review

    Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet approved plans yesterday for Suffolk Fire and Rescue’s 2015-18 Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP). As part of his speech Cabinet Member for Environment and Public Protection, Cllr Matthew Hicks made a clear …

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