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.
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.
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.
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.
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.