The study by the Centre for Economic and Business Research and the Royal Mail, has named Ipswich one of the top 10 nicest places to live in Britain. The information, gathered using a number of data sources including the 2011 Census, the Department for Communities and Local Government's Indices of Multiple Deprivation, General Land Use database, as well as releases from the Office for National Statistics - all helped determine the best postcodes in the country. The most desirable areas were also based on a range of factors including schools, parks, and working hours. Coming in 7th place, before Leeds, Derbyshire and Reading, it further confirms what a great place we live in! Read the full article here Published 1st March 2017
Wolsey 550 receives £250k from Heritage Lottery Fund
The Thomas Wolsey 550 project, managed by a partnership of Ipswich Central, Ipswich Borough Council, and Suffolk Archives, has received a grant of £249,975 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for…
City status engagement project launched
"City Status: Ipswich should wholeheartedly be behind a bid." Our CEO Sophie Alexander-Parker comments on the launch of our new city status engagement project: Future City Ipswich "But first we…
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