Multi-million pound plans to overhaul Suffolk’s street lighting with LED lights have been given the nod by county chiefs.
The transfer of civil parking enforcement powers in Suffolk from police to councils is set to be rubber-stamped in January.
The company commissioned to carry out the report went into administration just days before it was published.
A council reported that in the three months up to July there were 200 reports of flytipping - an increase of 86 for the same period last year.
Public satisfaction in Suffolk’s police has continued to fall – prompting calls for more focus on supporting victims of crime.
Lessons have been learnt over a council owned company which failed to be self-sustaining, council bosses have said.
Health chiefs have said there is no threat to services for deaf and blind people in after it emerged a council’s specialist care company is shut.
Plans to make minor highways projects like 20mph zones, pedestrian crossings and double yellow lines easier to carry out have been given approval.
A long-term vision for Suffolk is set to be created in a bid to address some of the key challenges expected in the next three decades.
What councillors decide could shape Suffolk for 30 years
Suffolk County Council launches Highways self-help scheme
Figures published by a union this week suggested that 93 per cent of all education authorities in the country had lost out on special education cash
Government officials are set to decide the next steps for Suffolk’s ailing special educational needs provision
A county council finance chief has vowed not to overspend next year as it heads towards another seven-figure hit from reserves
The number of county lines had reduced from 40 a year ago to 19, it has been claimed
A legal challenge has been mounted over a decision to approve a new 420-place primary school beneath an RAF flightpath
Council tax is set to rise for the next three years as services are cut