Housing grants Grants to help tackle specific problems with the condition of some private sector housing across West Suffolk include Decent Homes, Disabled Facilities, Empty Homes, Healthy homes and Thermal Comfort grants
Cabinet Annual Report the Cabinet produces an annual report in which it reviews the progress it has made against its commitments for the previous year, and sets commitments and key activities for the coming year.
Call-in Call-in is used where members have evidence which suggests that a decision was not taken in accordance with the principles of good decision making set out in the constitution.
Car park season tickets You can buy season tickets for the Parkway Surface, Parkway Multi-storey, and Ram Meadow car parks in Bury St Edmunds; Ehringshausen Way and Town Hall car parks in Haverhill and West Stow and Nowton Park.
Car parks Details of car parks, charges and opening times
Civil Contingencies Act 2004 This placed legal duties on all the organisations responsible for responding to emergencies and those who support the responders, to plan, respond and share information.
Clare Castle Country Park Situated to the south of the picturesque, historic town of Clare, just two minutes walk from the town centre, Clare Castle country park is a beautiful quiet area to relax, play, get close to nature and learn about Clare's fascinating history.
Climate change The council continues to work with other key organisations as part of the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership to deliver a comprehensive action plan to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Clinical waste Clinical waste is any waste which poses a threat of infection to humans.
Closed churchyards St Edmundsbury is currently responsible for the maintenance of ten closed churchyards.
Coat of Arms The Arms and Motto of the Borough tell us of a thousand years of history in which there is considerable local pride.
Community involvement The borough council is responsible for the social, environmental and economic wellbeing of the community and is able to have a direct influence on the many of the issues which affect health and wellbeing.
Community preparedness Communities across Suffolk are being urged to sign up to a campaign designed to help local people be prepared for emergencies.
Community right to bid The aim of the new right is to give community groups time to make realistic bids to buy land or buildings that are of importance to the local community when they come up for sale.
Community safety We take issues around crime, disorder and community safety very seriously. We want our residents to feel safe where they live, work and play.
Community speed watch speed-watch schemes across St Edmundsbury that are working towards reducing the number of vehicles that travel over the legal speed limit.
Community Spirit A twice yearly newsletter sent to all residents in St Edmundsbury
Councillors Details of councillors and how to contact them.
Councillors allowances The Independent Remuneration Panel (IRP) is charged with recommending changes to the Members' Allowance Scheme, which details the payments that a Councillor may receive for undertaking their duties.
Councillors, MPs and MEPs There are 531 representatives working for us across the European and UK Parliaments and at county, borough and parish levels.
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