Ipswich Shopmobility provides free hand-propelled and electric wheelchairs and electric scooters to help people who have limited mobility, whether through permanent or temporary disablement, illness, accident or age, to shop and use other facilities in the town centre.
How to report issues such as, dog fouling, graffiti, fly-posting, fly-tipping or illegal dumping, abandoned needles and syringes, leaves and litter.
Our Safer Streets projects are committed to making your streets safer. Funding allows us to implement a range of initiatives and actions, but we all need to play our part in making our streets safer to support #IpswichAgainstViolence
Safer Streets 3 is a government initiative, aiming to work across multiple departments, teams and organisations to improve the safety of public places. As part of the government’s Safer Streets Round 3 Fund, the Council bid for and was successfully awarded £124,391.
Ipswich Borough Council, in partnership with Suffolk Constabulary, Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner, Ipswich Central and Suffolk County Council, have been successful in receiving funding totalling £499,588.00 to deliver training, increase resource and purchase equipment to challenge perception and increase confidence in the bid area. The area selected for this bid includes the Waterfront, the Town Centre, Education Quarter and the Train Station.
Focussed work in Ipswich funded by a Home Office Safer Streets 5 grant will tackle Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in public spaces and hotspot areas.
Enjoy Sammy's Reindeer Trail in Ipswich until 31 December 2023!