Published3rd April 2020
The Councils's third weekly update on its response to coronavirus.
Published30th March 2020
We're giving crucial workers in the NHS and social care free parking in all IBC car parks and on-street parking bays so that they can continue to support the most vulnerable in our society, save lives and keep our country running.
Published27th March 2020
The Council is intending to issue an update statement on its response to Coronavirus every Friday. This is the 2nd such statement. From time to time there may well will be a need for major statements to be issued on other days (as happened on Tuesday 17th March).
Published25th March 2020
Ipswich Borough Council is working with the Police and Trading Standards colleagues to ensure retail and food businesses comply with the Government’s instruction not to trade.
Published25th March 2020
A new Suffolk-focused community service has been set up to support people who need help during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published24th March 2020
Ipswich residents who have Resident Parking Permits for Zones 1 to 4 can now use some Ipswich Borough car parks in a move by the Council to ease on-street parking problems caused by more people staying at home.
Published24th March 2020
In response to the challenges of Coronavirus, Ipswich Borough Council has laid out additional measures.
Published20th March 2020
In response to the challenges of Coronavirus, Ipswich Borough Council has laid out its current position.
Published16th March 2020
Seven community projects have been selected for funding to make a real difference to young people’s lives in Ipswich.
Published6th March 2020
No one likes bills dropping on the doormat but now you can help plant trees instead! A council tax paperless billing tree campaign by three Suffolk councils will see trees planted across Ipswich, Babergh and Mid Suffolk as part of a drive to encourage residents to opt for online bills.