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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 >>

Local Land Charges services
01 July 2014
Click here to read the article: Local Land Charges servicesDue to the implementation of TLC (Total Land Charges), a new service which will bring St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Forest Heath District Council’s Local Land Charges services together, our current online service is being withdrawn from 3pm on 1 July 2014.

A new online Public Access service will be available from Monday 21 July 2014 and further details will be posted on our website closer to this date. 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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Latest news
Suffolk Armed Forces Community Covenant website goes live
28 August 2014
Click here to read the article: Suffolk Armed Forces Community Covenant website goes liveThe Suffolk Armed Forces Community Covenant goes from strength to strength through the launch of a new website.

The launch which ties into the commemoration of the World War One Centenary aims to reflect the partnership activity that’s taken place since the Suffolk Armed Forces Community Covenant was signed in October 2012.
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Gypsy and Traveller sites consultation stopped
28 August 2014
Click here to read the article: Gypsy and Traveller sites consultation stoppedLeaders respond to alternative proposals and public feedback.

A public consultation seeking people’s views on where to create three official Gypsy and Traveller stopping sites in Suffolk has been stopped.
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Political parties and pressure groups can still have their say
26 August 2014
Click here to read the article: Political parties and pressure groups can still have their sayPolitical parties and pressure groups are to be offered the chance to set up prime location pitches in Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill town centres on any of five days of the week under proposals to be discussed shortly.
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Automated telephone payments service currently unavailable
22 August 2014
Click here to read the article: Automated telephone payments service currently unavailableUnfortunately due to unforeseen technical problems the West Suffolk automated telephone payments service (01284 757000) is currently unavailable, however payments can be made online by visiting the Online payments page. We apologise for any inconvenience
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West Suffolk House
Western Way
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk IP33 3YU

01284 763233
Email: customer.services

Emergency outside office hours:
01284 763252

Increasing the opportunities for economic growth in West Suffolk is a top priority for Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury councils. Check out our Six point plan for jobs and growth to see how we will increase opportunities for business to thrive.
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Vision 2031
A range of industrial, commercial and retail properties are now available to let across West Suffolk
Census 2011 - The census results are used to estimate the population at national, regional and local level, and to share out funding and resources for all sorts of services and facilities.
ONE Haverhill is an independent board that is bringing organisations and resources together to make them more effective and efficient in the town – providing ONE voice for Haverhill.
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St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Forest Heath District Council are working together to share services across West Suffolk.