Foxhall Recycling Centre Improvements Consultation

Suffolk County Council is proposing to expand and improve Foxhall Recycling Centre.  This will also involve highway improvements to the site entrance.  The benefits of this scheme will be to:

  • Remove the need for queuing on the highway
  • Provide an improved space and layout for easier access
  • Improve accessibility and increase capacity by eliminating the need for site users to climb steps to access containers
  • Improve the Re-use Centre space
  • Introduce greater separation between public vehicles and larger vehicles

Suffolk County Council anticipate that a planning application for this proposed development will be submitted by end of July 2020. In advance of this information is available on the website to allow you to view the plans for the proposed redevelopment and provide any comments you may have.

The consultation runs until Monday 20 July 2020. To submit comments or queries, please email us at waste.management@suffolk.gov.uk

Recycling Centres to reopen from 14th May

A new online booking system will be in place when Suffolk’s Recycling Centres re-open on Thursday May 14. This appointment-only system is necessary to help reduce traffic disruption and queueing on roads around the sites and help manage additional demand on the waste sites. There are also new temporary restrictions and guidelines in place at all sites to support the safety of staff and members of the public.

The booking site will be live from 3pm Tuesday 12 May, with the first appointments being made for Thursday. To make a booking, please visit www.suffolk.gov.uk/recyclingcentres or call 0345 606 6067. In order to control the queues residents without a booking will not be able to enter the site. Residents must not arrive on site more than 5 minutes before their allocated time.