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
Older people's wellbeing checks Staying active, staying aware and making simple lifestyle changes such as identifying potential hazards that cause falls, such as worn carpets or old slippers or by having a regular eye test, can make life safer for many older people.
Olympic Torch Relay The Olympic flame passed through St Edmundsbury and Newmarket on Saturday 7 July 2012
Olympics Information on the Olympics 2012 here in the borough
ONE Haverhill Board 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.
Online payments Pay your council tax, business rates, invoices, housing benefits over payments and car parking fines online.
Open data As a publicly funded organisation we are committed to being as transparent as possible by providing information about the way we work and how your money is spent.
Operator Licence A private hire vehicle can only be dispatched to a customer by a private hire operator. This is a person who holds an operators licence under Section 55 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976.
Organising a street party or fete If you are planning a community event it would be preferable to hold it off the highway such as in a park, public open space or playing field (with the landowner's permission as necessary).
Other animal matters Currently the council only has a statutory duty to collect stray dogs. If you find any other stray animals, such as rabbits or cats, please contact the RSPCA for advice on collection.
Other licenses Licenses for caravan sites, houses in multiple occupation, motor salvage operators, scrap metal, sex establishments, street parties and street trading.
Our commitment to tackle climate change We are active participants in delivering the Suffolk Climate Action Plan and work with others within the Suffolk - Creating the Greenest County programme to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build a climate resilient Suffolk.
Our sustainability commitment St Edmundsbury Borough Council has recognised for many years that employing a sustainable approach to our activities brings economic as well as environmental and social benefits.
Our sustainability targets St Edmundsbury Borough Council has adopted a set of headline targets to focus effort to improve our performance.
Overview and scrutiny As the majority of decisions are taken by a small minority of members, there needed to be a process to ensure that these decisions were properly taken. This is the scrutiny process.
Ownership certificates When carrying out building work, if you do not own the site, or you will encroach onto land you do not own, you must complete a Certificate B.
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