News in Felixstowe

Cafe work progressing (Picture credit: Warren Page Pagepix)

As part of ongoing investment in Felixstowe's South Seafront, the development of a new iconic café is entering the final phase.

Barnes Construction started work on the landmark building in August last year and are now entering the final phases of the development, estimated to be completed late this summer.

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The new Green, Liberal Democrat and Independent opposition group at Suffolk County Council has unveiled its team of spokesmen and women set to hold the Conservative administration to account.

The Conservatives unveiled the new-look cabinet at Thursday's annual meeting, held at Wherstead Park to enable social distancing.

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A Felixstowe councillor has been handed a key role as adaptations were unveiled for Suffolk County Council's cabinet following the election, with big changes to those overseeing key services in highways, education and health services among others.

Steve Wiles, who was re-elected for Felixstowe Coastal in the recent county council elections, will sit as a deputy cabinet member with a responsibility for highways drainage in the new look executive.

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East Suffolk Council has expressed its delighted that a scheme to redevelop the Former Deben school site in Felixstowe has received planning consent.

The proposed housing development, which the council itself will deliver, will seek to set the very highest standards in green technology and underlines the Council's commitment to innovation and designing for a more sustainable future.

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A lightning strike caused delays to trains opening between Felixstowe and Ipswich this morning.

Operator Greater Anglia's confirmed the signalling system was hit earlier today meaning the service was delayed at stations, including Trimley and Felixstowe was affected , but is running normally now.

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