Published9th October 2023
Ipswich Borough Council invites individuals and organisations to take part in the final Ipswich Weekender of 2023, from 7 – 10 December.
Published6th October 2023
An undisclosed share of the £6.5bn funds, earmarked for the now derailed HS2 project, will go towards Suffolk’s Ely and Haughley rail junction upgrade.
Published6th October 2023
Suffolk’s five district and borough councils are delivering a ground-breaking project aimed at improving the experience and environment for landlords and tenants in the private rented sector.
Published5th October 2023
To mark World Homelessness Day on 10 October, housing support services will be available to help Ipswich residents concerned about their living situation. Ten local partner agencies will be available at St Stephens Church in Ipswich, 10am to 2pm.
Published5th October 2023
During Tuesday’s meeting, Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive unanimously agreed to abstain from voting in the Explore Suffolk Destination Business Improvement District (BID) ballot.
Published4th October 2023
Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ipswich can now get even more support from the New Anglia Growth Hub with the launch of a new grant scheme. Grants of between £5,000 to £10,000 are now being made available to SMEs across Suffolk through the Growth Hub thanks to additional support from local councils.
Published29th September 2023
Community and environment charity Groundwork East is partnering with Suffolk’s local authorities to deliver free and impartial expert advice to help businesses and organisations save energy, reduce their emissions and establish tailored decarbonisation plans.
Published28th September 2023
A new dog grooming parlour, Tolly’s Tails, is now open in Holywells Park. The grooming parlour can be found in the Stable Block next to the tearoom.
Published27th September 2023
The YES. Youth Employment Service – a collaboration between Ipswich Borough Council and Inspire – has seen 34 young adults in Ipswich engage with career support.
Published26th September 2023
An online consultation took place between 23 August and 12 September, with 94% of respondents supporting the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) extension in Ipswich for three years.