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Area Committees give you the chance to raise your views, share your opinion and contribute to positive changes in your neighbourhood. As a resident of Ipswich, this is your opportunity to say what you would like to see improved.

Ipswich Borough Council and its partners – Suffolk Police, Suffolk County Council and the Police & Crime Commissioner – are working together to respond to issues raised by the community in south-east Ipswich following the murder of teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens.
Find out how Area Committees work and use our interactive location map to find out which ward you live in, details of your local Councillors and the date of your next Area Committee meeting.
Area Committees commission improvement works in local neighbourhoods to improve the life of residents and tackle issues in the area.
You can raise local issues at Area Committees and during most meetings there will be an open session for the public to ask questions.
Information on the Chair.
Information on the Chair.
Information on the Chair.
Information on the Chair.
Information on the Chair.
The Violence Against Women And Girls (VAWG) mural along Ipswich Waterfront created in early 2023 forms part of the Safer Streets 4 project funded by a Home Office Neighbourhood Crime Unit grant thanks to Ipswich Borough Council.


Contact Details

Area Committees,
Ipswich Borough Council,
Grafton House,
15 - 17 Russell Road,