Published2nd March 2021
Next week (9 March), the Council’s Executive will consider recommendations for more financial support for an array of Ipswich businesses.
Published2nd March 2021
Cocking a snook at the council will become a lot harder for those who don’t pay their parking tickets, including those who haven’t registered their vehicle or have done so with an incorrect address at the DVLA.
Published26th February 2021
Over the last month, we have continued to make progress in our response to Coronavirus.
Published17th February 2021
Ipswich Borough Council is carrying out a review of the boundaries of three of our Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs), we are inviting residents and businesses to give us their views on the proposed changes.
Published12th February 2021
As the nation gets set to mark Empty Homes Week (February 15-21), Ipswich Borough Council is offering grants for owners to transform their empty homes.
Published11th February 2021
Ipswich’s Borough Council plan to improve air quality in our town received a boost on Tuesday 9 February when it agreed proposals to review the current Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) in the town.
Published9th February 2021
Thousands of households across Ipswich will be eligible for a reduction in their council tax bill after councillors approved further support for residents facing financial difficulties.
Published8th February 2021
Bin collections are set to take place as usual this week but icy conditions will limit services and result in some bins not being collected on their usual day.
Published5th February 2021
A second Prohibition Notice has been served this week by Ipswich Borough Council on another business that has been ignoring Coronavirus regulations by continuing to trade when prohibited from doing so.
Published2nd February 2021
Ipswich Borough Council continues working to ensure that the Lockdown regulations remain fully in-force.