December 6 2013 Latest news:
Three records offices in Suffolk will remain open as plans to bring the county’s historical records together in a purpose-built facility have been put on hold.
The first anniversary of the partnership between Suffolk County Council and Care UK - which is building replacement care homes across the county - was marked with a topping out ceremony.
Proposals to build more than 200 homes on the site of the former St Clement’s Hospital in Ipswich have been deferred to allow more negotiations with the NHS body that owns the site.
A council has admitted it faces a daunting task if it wishes to stick to its pledge of raising its precept by only 1%.
Ipswich council may be facing major issues like the development of the Northern Fringe, the status of hundreds of members of staff, and the future of the town centre – but there is nothing to talk about at next week’s meeting.