The Local Government Boundary Commission has published it's final proposals. The Commission says "East Suffolk Council should be represented by 55 councillors in future. Our recommendations mean that those councillors should represent 8 three-councillor wards, 10 two-councillor wards and 11 one-councillor wards across the council."
This consultation ends on 27th October 2020. The Government says:
The Government has announced some changes to planning law.
The planning application for a development consent order to build a new nuclear power station to the north of Sizewell B is now available to read online. You can also read the Briefing paper. You can register your views with the Planning Inspectorate from 8 July until 30 September. This is not a public consultation but an opportunity to read the application and register your views. See the POSTER.
As usual with laws, there are lots of exceptions such as police and emergency responders, shop staff, children under 11 etc.