West Suffolk Council will restart its garden waste collection from June 1 after it stopped collections on March 30 in light of the coronavirus.
A review of the waste collection service means that over half of households in the Newmarket and Mildenhall areas will see bin days change.
Across the UK, 58 per cent of councils charge for disposing of domestic garden waste, with prices ranging from £22 to £96 a year.
Cllr Ollie Bowen proposed Anglian Water talk to councillors about what it is doing to try to improve the state of the drain which is often blocked.
Opponents have warned that the scale of the project could lead to its downfall and devastating consequences for the area.
Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to set up the country’s biggest solar farm close to Newmarket.
A major new solar farm in Soham could help power 9,000 houses after £600,000 funding was given the green light
James has signed up to save in Anglian Water's Newmarket-centred Greenredeem scheme
Deputy editor Graham Turner has some Greenredeem points 'in the bank', so what can he do with them?
A second consultation has begun on Suffolk Couny Council's plan for the future of sand and gravel extraction in the county.
A Newmarket community group has marked a milestone for an important town green space with the unveiling of an ornamental gateway
Grass cutting across the Forest Heath area is a month behind, leaving residents asking when the mowers will be in action