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Better Broadband for Suffolk

Over the past few months, much progress has been made with the Better Broadband Programme. Having completed the first contract ahead of target, significantly under budget, and reaching more premises than planned, focus is being placed on repeating that feat for the second contract.

Suffolk Conservatives invest millions into Upper Orwell Crossing

Suffolk County Council is planning to invest £20million over the next three years to enable initial detailed development work to happen in preparation for the new crossings. The Conservative Government has committed £91.73m for Wet Dock crossing in Ipswich

Conservative Suffolk County Council invest an additional £10million in road surfacing

The Conservative Administration at Suffolk County Council is allocating £10million of additional investment from its reserves into 2016’s programme of road surface dressing during the spring and summer months before September. This preventative maintenance work will help avoid potholes forming in future years on the roads that are treated by delivering approximately three million square metres of new surfacing; particularly focusing on rural roads across the county. 

Councillor Jane Storey appointed Cabinet Member for Broadband and Rural Affairs

Suffolk County Council Conservative Administration welcomes its newest member of the Cabinet; Jane Storey.  For the past year, Jane has done an outstanding job representing the Council as Chairman and has attended over 100 external events. Jane will be taking on the role of Cabinet Member for Broadband and Rural Affairs when she steps down from her current role at the annual meeting of the Council in May.

Suffolk Libraries bucking the national trend

Conservative led Suffolk County Council is proud to be bucking the national trend as, despite having to make challenging savings, no libraries have closed in Suffolk.

Improving Community Transport

Through listening to the views and needs of the people of Suffolk the Conservative Administration at Suffolk County Council launches it's new Community Transport Service.