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Vision 2031 Inspector's Report
15 July 2014
Click here to read the article: Vision 2031 Inspector's ReportFollowing the Vision 2031 Examination hearings held in January and February 2014, the council received the Independent Inspector's report on 14 July 2014.

The report is available to view at Vision 2031 Read more >>

Draft Castle Manor Concept Statement Consultation
11 July 2014
Click here to read the article: Draft Castle Manor Concept Statement ConsultationMonday 14 July – 5pm Monday 11 August 2014

The area of land at Eastern Avenue and Park Road (known as Castle Manor Academy) has been allocated for expansion and redevelopment of educational premises in the Haverhill Vision 2031 Local Plan Document. The borough council has now put together a draft concept statement for the site, which will eventually be used by the Academy to draw up a masterplan which will shape the project.

St Edmundsbury is now asking for people's views on the draft concept statement before it is discussed by councillors. Read more >>

West Suffolk Diary

West Suffolk Diary website - the guide to events out and about in West SuffolkThe guide to what's on in West Suffolk covering Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Haverhill, Mildenhall, Brandon and rural areas.
Local history
Heritage website 100x100Visit our Heritage website with information and events at Moyse's Hall Museum, West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park.
Apex conferencing
The Apex Atrium 100x75In the heart of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk's premier entertainment and business venue.
The Apex
The Apex This award-winning venue is home to a diverse range of live music; from classical to pop, rock, jazz, blues, world, country, folk, comedy and dance.
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World War One Commemoration Monday 4 August
31 July 2014
Click here to read the article: World War One Commemoration Monday 4 AugustA service in commemoration of the outbreak of World War One, will be held at 11am on Monday 4 August 2014, at the War Memorial, Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds. The service will be proceeded by a procession from the Athenaeum.

A commemorative sundial will be unveiled at East Town Park , Haverhill at 2pm on Monday 4 August 2014.

Four flags as St Edmundsbury’s parks named amongst the best
28 July 2014
Click here to read the article: Four flags as St Edmundsbury’s parks named amongst the bestParks across St Edmundsbury which attracted an extra 150,000 visitors last year, have been named amongst the best in the country for cleanliness and safety.

The Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds, East Town Park in Haverhill, Nowton Park and West Stow Country Park, have all been awarded The Green Flag Award for 2014/15.

Time to have your say on budget ideas
21 July 2014
Click here to read the article: Time to have your say on budget  ideasSt Edmundsbury Borough Council has launched a budget consultation as it prepares to save a further £1.5m in 2015/16.

People are being asked for their views on a range of options that will help inform councillors when they make their budget decisions later in the year.

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Vision 2031
A range of industrial, commercial and retail properties are now available to let across West Suffolk
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