Ipswich Central News

Could this be the future of Ipswich?


21st May 2018 In response to a commission by Ipswich Central, the Business Improvement District (BID) for Ipswich, leading architects...

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Enter the 5k Business Challenge Race on 12th May


16th April 2018 ABP Ipswich will be sponsoring a brand new 5K Business Challenge Race to encourage local businesses to...

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National Lottery funding approved for ‘The Hold: a Suffolk archives service for the 21st century’


  4th April 2018 More than just a building project, The Hold is about engaging people right across the county...

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Taxi Marshals offering additional help over Easter Bank Holiday Weekend


15th March 2018 Ipswich’s Taxi Marshals will be offering additional help to town centre visitors over Easter weekend. The Marshals...

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Ipswich smokers encouraged to use bins rather than the floor


9th March 2018 Ipswich town centre could have less cigarette butts dropped on the streets thanks to the installation of...

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Alignments of Ipswich’s Upper Orwell Crossings unveiled


27th February 2018 The preferred alignments of Ipswich’s Upper Orwell Crossings have been announced today by Suffolk County Council.  ...

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Orwell Bridge closures: urgent action required.


February 8th 2018 A message from Terry Baxter, Chairman of Ipswich Central. Following recent closures of the Orwell Bridge, costing...

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Business leaders visit site of Upper Orwell Crossings ground investigations as project continues


 Monday 5th February 2018 Business leaders discussed the benefits of the Upper Orwell Crossings during a site visit to see...

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Cornhill redevelopment has begun.


Monday 29th January 2018. The borough and its partners, including Ipswich Central, have promised that the new-look square will bring...

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Ipswich Central backs moving market to Queen St while Cornhill rebuilt


Ipswich Central is backing proposals to move the market to the Princes Street/Queen Street area while the Cornhill is being rebuilt...

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