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Published7th December 2021
Next week, Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive will be asked to endorse the principle of the Council loaning £1.8m to Fusion Lifestyle to enable them to deliver the long planned works to Broomhill Lido work.
Published7th December 2021
Ipswich Borough Council’s plans for a new “green” depot on the former Le Bronze Alloys site on New Way are set to take a big step forward next week when the Council’s Executive considers the outline plans.
Published7th December 2021
Ipswich residents will face no changes to their black and blue bin collections over Christmas and New Year because of the way the public holidays fall this year.
Published29th November 2021
Two Awards of Commendations were won by the Council at the Ipswich Society Annual Awards and that were presented by the President of the Ipswich Society, the Mayor of Ipswich, Cllr Elizabeth Hughes in front of an audience of nearly 200 on 24 November 2021.
Published19th November 2021
The ‘Creating Constable’ exhibition, which explores the work of one of Suffolk’s most famous artists – John Constable, is set to open at Christchurch Mansion on Saturday 27 November.
Published17th November 2021
Ipswich Regent Theatre and Enchanted Entertainment are bringing their Christmas pantomime, Aladdin, to Ipswich next month and tickets are selling quickly - oh yes they are!
Published17th November 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has welcomed the announcement by the Living Wage Foundation that the Real Living Wage will increase to £9.90 an hour and confirmed that all directly employed staff are already earning more than the new rate.
Published16th November 2021
Christmas shoppers can enjoy free parking in the run up to Christmas at Crown car park.
Published11th November 2021
Whilst world leaders meet in Glasgow for COP26 to decide on future plans to combat climate change, Ipswich Borough Council is pressing ahead with its own measures to reduce its carbon footprint.
Published11th November 2021
Ipswich Borough Council are pleased to have let a unit in Chantry that opened on 10 November as a fruit and vegetable shop, Kay’s. This new retailer has enhanced the shopping parade and added to the availability of fresh fruit and vegetable in the area. This is Kay’s third shop.

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