News

Published18th March 2021
Ipswich has seen a large increase in the numbers who have registered to vote by post, including at the Borough Council, County Council and Police and Crime Commissioner elections to be held on 6 May.
Published11th March 2021
Suffolk partners with environmental charity in new campaign to stop people trying to recycle disposable nappies.
Published11th March 2021
The census is coming. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as healthcare, education and transport.
Published10th March 2021
Today the Planning and Development Committee of Ipswich Borough Council gave planning permission for eight micro homes to be constructed at Whitton Church Lane for the accommodation of formerly homeless residents.
Published10th March 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has today issued an immediate Prohibition Notice to stop the use of a structure that has been put up by Beatbox45 gym in Boss Hall Road, Whitehouse, Ipswich.
Published4th March 2021
The Council’s vehicle fleet’s carbon emissions have fallen by 40% since work began on switching to electric and low emission alternatives in April 2019.
Published4th March 2021
Ipswich’s Waterfront development is moving on with a recommendation to the Council’s Executive meeting on 9 March to award a contract for works to clear debris and undertake other remedial work at the R & W Pauls Silo.
Published4th March 2021
Yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon the Government confirmed that the Ipswich Town Deal Bid - that was submitted in December 2020 - will receive £25m of funding that can be spent on 11 projects that will improve our town (see list below).
Published3rd March 2021
Future stars arriving to perform at the Ipswich Regent Theatre could be getting a new and improved backstage area.
Published3rd March 2021
The successful economic development of Ipswich’s Eastern Gateway on the former sugar beet site at Sproughton continues with a recommendation to Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive on 9 March that it enters into negotiations to secure the occupation of three more plots.

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