Published28th May 2021
Over the last month, we have continued to make progress in our response to Coronavirus.
Published25th May 2021
Flytipping remains an issue in Suffolk as it does across the entire country, with more than four and a half thousand incidents reported last year alone. It costs hundreds of thousands of pounds to clear and this is paid for by Suffolk residents, as well as farmers and other landowners.
Published24th May 2021
DiGBY, the litter picking octopus, is looking for residents to organise their own community litter picks as part of Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.
Published20th May 2021
Air Quality officers will be visiting Ipswich schools as part of this year’s Clean Air Day campaign to help raise awareness of the importance of improved air quality and the small steps we can take to reduce air pollution.
Published19th May 2021
The new play area at Ipswich’s Alexandra Park has been opened by the Mayor of Ipswich, Councillor Jane Riley
Published18th May 2021
Gwyn Gittins twice breached Community Protection Notices (CPN) that apply to a property on Bramford Lane, Ipswich.
Published17th May 2021
Ipswich Borough Council are delighted to announce that Ipswich Museums have been shortlisted for a prestigious award in the 2021 International Museums + Heritage Awards.
Published14th May 2021
From Monday 17 May, Ipswich Borough Council will continue the phased re-opening of its sport and leisure facilities with the return of indoor fitness classes at Whitton Sports Centre.
Published14th May 2021
Following a temporary closure due to coronavirus restrictions, Ipswich Museum and Christchurch Mansion will re-open to visitors on Tuesday 18 May.
Published7th May 2021
The Ipswich Borough Council election results have been announced.