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Community Survey Results

17 September 2018

Thank you to everyone who responded to our recent community survey. The Town Council is pleased that the responses given were so helpful and that we will be undertaking a full analysis of all the data. The Town Council has ambitions to improve assets and services transferred to them and is determined to ensure that it is informed by the views of residents.

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Meeting Location

3 September 2018

Starting today all of our meetings will be taking place at our new offices at Hamilton House, Battery Green Road, Lowestoft.

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Town Hall Visit

24 August 2018

Representatives from Suffolk County Council Records Office service requested a tour of Lowestoft Town Council’s Town Hall. This took place on 13 August and was a simple tour of the facility. Where there is capacity, we try to facilitate visits from other organisations. Please email the Town Council office if you would like to arrange a visit.

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Work Begins in Lowestoft's New Heritage Action Zone

17 May 2018

  • A five-year Heritage Action Zone scheme will see the historic North Lowestoft High Street revived for residents, local business owners and visitors
  • The scheme, worth £1 million, will see Historic England provide grant aid and expertise to make the most of Lowestoft’s historic mercantile and fishing quarter
  • Media opportunity: On Friday 18 May at 7.30am - partners involved in the Heritage Action Zone will gather at Riverside in Lowestoft for a breakfast meeting with local landlords to launch the grant funding available


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Road Closure - B1375

16 May 2018

The B1375 at Rackhams Corner will be closed between 1st June and 6th June for road improvements. The notice of closure can be found here.

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Town Hall Artefacts

2 May 2018

Waveney District Council is consulting on the future ownership of the many Lowestoft Borough Council artefacts that they inherited and have stored away. The artefacts are being kept safely in a secret location. They are no longer in the Town Hall, which has been left empty by the District Council and is now pending plans for development by the new owners, Lowestoft Town Council.

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Town Hall Clock Maintenance

20 April 2018

You may have noticed the Town Hall Clock is currently stopped. The Town Council has commissioned long overdue maintenance, and we hope it will not be too long before it is working again.

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