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Area Committees explained

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Area Committees give you the chance to influence Council decision making, 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.

You can find out what’s going on in your area by selecting the marker for your area on the map below and clicking the second link in the pop-up dialogue box.

Ipswich is divided into five areas, and each of those areas are split into wards. There are three councillors per ward, representing you, a resident of that area. Councillors work with residents, businesses and community groups at these public meetings to discuss how money can be spent and how the area can be improved.

Use the interactive map below to find details of your local councillors, your next Area Committee meeting and find out which ward you live in. Agendas are released a week before each meeting.

You can also download the papers and minutes for previous and upcoming meetings on your smartphone or tablet with the Mod.Gov app:

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North West Area Committee
Whitton Church Hall, Whitton Church Lane, Ipswich IP1 6LT

Thursday 6th June 2019. Start at 19:00.

North East Area Committee
St John's United Reformed Church, 1 Cowper Street, Ipswich IP4 4AF

Thursday 13th June 2019. Start at 19:30.

Central Area Committee
Ipswich Community Church, Clarkson Street, Ipswich IP1 2JP

Wednesday 5th June 2019. Start at 19:00.

South West Area Committee
Chantry Methodist Church, Kingfisher Avenue, Ipswich IP2 0QL

Thursday 30th May 2019. Start at 18:30.

South East Area Committee
All Hallows Church Hall, Landseer Road, Ipswich IP3 0JH

Wednesday 29th May 2019. Start at 19:00.

View the Council's Community Right to Bid - Assets of Community Value policy.

Asking questions at Area Committee meetings

Members of the public are permitted to attend Area Committee meetings and will be allowed to speak with permission of the relevant Chair. For further information visit How to ask questions at Area Committee meetings.


Visit Area Committee funding for information.

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Contact Details

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

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01473 432224