Latest news from the Borough Council and our partners
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is inviting people to help shape a key planning document which will help set out clear principles and standards for how development should be designed in the borough.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is asking for feedback on its exciting plans to revitalise the iconic Winter Gardens, restoring the iron and glass structure to its former glory as a People's Palace on the town's seafront thanks to funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced that all the units within phase two of the Market Place development have now been provisionally leased. All stalls have been well insulated to regulate temperature and the light fittings are low-energy LED lights, adding to the market's energy efficiency.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced the winners of its latest competition where primary school children were invited to suggest creative and inspiring names for Great Yarmouth Services Limited's (GYS) five new refuse trucks.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced the launch of a new social media campaign aimed at encouraging people and local businesses to actively participate in keeping the borough's beaches free of litter.
Her Worship the Mayor of Great Yarmouth, Councillor Penny Carpenter, was joined by councillors, stakeholders, project team and construction company to celebrate the official opening of the council's new housing development, featuring 18 one-bedroom flats.
The Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival, held this past weekend, has been hailed as a tremendous success, attracting tens of thousands of visitors and raising essential funds for East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is appealing for information after large quantities of waste were left at the same location for the second month in a row.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council have obtained an Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction against Michelle Sison of Lowestoft, banning her from Nottingham Way in, Great Yarmouth and the surrounding areas.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council and Norfolk Police team up to support Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week 2023
Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Tenancy Services Team, working in partnership with Norfolk Police, are joining a national campaign to promote community safety in the area's neighbourhoods.
Work to transform the tennis courts along Gorleston's cliff top has now been completed and the courts will be open to the public for free as part of a short-term testing period from Saturday, July 1.
Final countdown for adrenaline-fuelled extravaganza Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of EAAA
People are being reminded to gear up for fun as the Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival returns for an exciting weekend of thrills and entertainment from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, July 1, and 10am to 4pm on Sunday, July 2.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is encouraging business to opt for low-noise fireworks when looking to light up the sky with displays to ensure everyone can enjoy them.
Your chance to enjoy a free heritage walk or museum tour at the launch of exciting new volunteering project
Great Yarmouth Borough Council and East Suffolk Council have joined forces to launch an important new volunteering project, called Cultural Connections Volunteering, across the two Council areas.
The Department for Transport has written to Transport East, the region's sub-national transport body, to confirm government will now give 'regard' to the region's Transport Strategy.
Norfolk residents and visitors can now top up their reusable water bottles for free at more than 500 locations across the county. Many locations also refill reusable coffee cups, lunch containers and groceries too.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) is set to take back responsibility for the maintenance of its social housing stock of more than 5,000 homes.
Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance announces exciting exhibitors
A range of new of exhibitors have been announced for Visitor Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of EAAA as the two-day, free-to-attend festival prepares to take over the town's seafront.