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Published3rd August 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has been allocated a further £835k from central government to help support businesses impacted by coronavirus.
Published2nd August 2021
A new restaurant will be moving into the site of the former Little Waitrose in the Town Hall complex if Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive gives the go ahead at its meeting next week.
Published2nd August 2021
Ipswich residents are now able to report anti-social behaviour (ASB) online, after Ipswich Borough Council launched a new online reporting form.
Published30th July 2021
At the Ipswich Borough Council meeting on 28 July, councillors from all parties expressed their support for the town’s armed forces veterans from the Commonwealth and Nepal.
Published30th July 2021
Ipswich Borough Council has added an extra summer treat to its events programme with a two-day summer festival suitable for the whole family.
Published29th July 2021
The final stage of the Local Plan process is underway and Ipswich Borough Council is inviting residents, businesses and developers to have their say on some proposed modifications to the draft Plan.
Published28th July 2021
150 new council homes near the town-centre were given the go-ahead today by Ipswich Borough Council. At this morning’s Planning & Development Committee, two planning applications submitted by Ipswich Borough Assets (IBA) were agreed that will see these new homes built in Bibb Way by 2024.
Published22nd July 2021
Almost one thousand people were in the audience at the Ipswich Regent Theatre last night to see the first live performance - Anton & Giovanni (Strictly’s Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice’s joint tour) - there for 494 days.
Published14th July 2021
Ipswich Borough Council decided last night (13 July 2021) to move to new energy contracts that will use zero-carbon electricity and “green” gas that will cut carbon emissions by over 80%.
Published8th July 2021
This summer, between Wednesday 21 July – Sunday 29 August, five to 16 years olds living or attending school in Ipswich will once again get a free Summer Holiday iCard, giving them full access to the Council’s summer activity programme.

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