Waveney District Council

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News published April 2012

Cabinet agrees accommodation first step

Colin Law

Published on 25th April 2012

Waveney District Council's Cabinet has agreed that a business case should be put together to consider new, shared Council accommodation in Lowestoft.

New partnership for a better East Suffolk

In Partnership logo

Published on 25th April 2012

Waveney's Cabinet has followed Suffolk Coastal in giving its full support to the setting up of a new East Suffolk Partnership which will seek to improve the lives of communities across both districts.

Councils step in as charity folds

Housing Action

Published on 20th April 2012

Following the announcement by a housing charity that it is going in to liquidation, Suffolk Coastal & Waveney District Councils have contacted all affected tenants in the districts to offer support.

Businesses should claim their rate relief

Bank note

Published on 20th April 2012

The call has gone out to small businesses in east Suffolk to check that they are getting all the help with paying their business rates that they are entitled to.

No district elections this year


Published on 18th April 2012

Following last year's first-ever 'all-out' vote Waveney residents are being reminded that there are no local elections in the district this year.

Cabinet to consider shared offices proposal

Lowestoft Town Hall

Published on 18th April 2012

A report is going to Waveney's Cabinet committee outlining ideas to develop new shared office accommodation for Council staff at Riverside Road in Lowestoft.

No cash? No problem!

RingGo phone parking payments

Published on 17th April 2012

Motorists parking in Lowestoft and Oulton Broad will no longer have to hunt for change thanks to the introduction of RingGo 'cashless parking' in Council pay and display car parks.

Help plant a better future in Oulton Broad

Nicholas Everitt Park

Published on 13th April 2012

On Thursday 19 April volunteers are wanted to help plant annual seeds at Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad, in an attempt to create a nectar-rich area for bees and butterflies and other insects.

Partnership reaps greater savings

In Partnership logo

Published on 4th April 2012

The success of a partnership between the two Councils was reinforced today as latest figures reveal that Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Councils are in line to save more money than previously expected.

Landmark resort facility seeks exciting future

Spa Pavilion Felixstowe

Published on 4th April 2012

Waveney is pleased to support an exciting leisure and entertainment opportunity which is being led by Suffolk Coastal District Council

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