A new £20million waste hub facility on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds is due to be fully operational by next year, according to property consultants.
Plans to replace a Bury St Edmunds community centre have been backed by the Government following the announcement that £670,000 has been awarded to the project.
Parents of pupils across west Suffolk have warned of extra traffic on the roads tomorrow as a demonstration against proposed school transport cuts takes place.
A major transport project in Bury St Edmunds will be completed ahead of schedule next week, the county council has confirmed.
Residents campaigning for improved broadband access in rural areas were given the opportunity to speak to the chief executive of Openreach at an event last week.
Drivers have reported delays this morning in Bury St Edmunds after roadworks – which are planned to last for 16 weeks – began in the town.
Roadworks, branded a “disaster” and a “crackpot scheme”, to improve the area surrounding the Northgate roundabout, in Bury St Edmunds, is due to begin towards the end of this month.
Children from two schools planted flowers as part of a collaborative project to create a new community area in Bury St Edmunds – which has been officially opened.
Improvements to a Bury St Edmunds underpass have been carried out thanks to team work from many organisations and companies in the town.
A primary school in Bury St Edmunds has been put in special measures by Ofsted following a damning inspection.
The Christmas lights in Bury St Edmunds will be switched on next Thursday, November 16, which will also mark the beginning of late night shopping in the town.
Controversial plans for a £20million waste hub on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds have been approved after councillors met again to review the application.
A flower bed near a new roundabout in Bury St Edmunds has been given an attractive spruce up after work by the town’s award-winning horticultural organisation.
Work to improve the Tayfen Road junction in Bury St Edmunds will go ahead next year, Suffolk County Council has confirmed.
A long-awaited Bury St Edmunds relief road, which will “unlock land” to create thousands of jobs and attract millions of pounds of investment, is set to open next week.
Suffolk County Council and the Suffolk Association of Local Councils have joined together to relaunch Suffolk’s Most Active Communities for 2017.
A highly respected member of the governing body of the West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is set to retire at the end of the month.
Plans for a McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant on the edge of a residential area in Bury St Edmunds have been rejected by council officers.
A new cycle route designed to provide quick, safe and easy access from West Suffolk Hospital to Bury St Edmunds town centre has been officially opened.
A legal dispute over “12 inches of land” has halted construction of a “vital” £15miilion Bury St Edmunds relief road, it has been claimed.
A bespoke sculpture was offically unveiled at a Bury St Edmunds care home to celebrate the partnership between Suffolk County Council and Care UK.
The decision on a controversial new waste hub on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds has been delayed again after councillors failed to reach an agreement following a specially convened four-hour meeting.
A roundabout on a major route into Bury St Edmunds will be replaced by four-way traffic lights, as £2.8million improvement works continue.
More than 200 women got on their bikes in Bury St Edmunds today to raise money for a hospice charity.
The “vibrant” Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds has vowed to continue on “business as usual” after losing out on £720,000 of Arts Council funding.
Nearly 1,000 homes, which could “severely” hamper local infrastructure, have been recommended for approval in a central Suffolk village.
Five votes cast out of more than 9,000 in the Tower division of Bury St Edmunds were the difference between victory and defeat for two councillors.
A man losing part of his leg in a crash on a residential estate in Bury St Edmunds has prompted calls for parking restrictions at a “dangerous” junction.
A countryside setting on the edge of Bury St Edmunds’ Moreton Hall estate is not a suitable location for a McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant, planning officers have said.
After years of queues, traffic lights and an outright closure, the Westley bridge has now reopened in both directions after around £1.6million of repair work.
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