A £710,000 transformation of the railway station forecourt in Great Yarmouth has been officially opened. The project, funded through the LEP’s Growth Deal with Government, has seen the creation of new pick-up and drop-off points, better links to the town centre and landscape improvements.
Ipswich people will be able to enjoy the magic of the Christmas lights switch-on later this month as it takes place with the stunning new Cornhill as a backdrop. The Cornhill regeneration is a project supported by the Ipswich Vision Group and led by Ipswich Borough Council, and its partners the New Anglia Local […]
The developers of The Winerack have officially launched Phase 1 of the project. Ipswich Wharf Developments Ltd took on development of the building following a £15 million investment by Homes England…
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is making a £19m call for capital projects which will boost skills and productivity in the East. The new call has a specific focus on delivering the ambitions…
The project to build a new Energy and Engineering Skills Centre of Excellence on East Coast College’s Lowestoft campus is entering the building phase following the appointment of Morgan Sindall as main contractor.
The site of a former Lowestoft factory destroyed by fire has been brought back to life as a new business park with Enterprise Zone status. The purchase of Phoenix Enterprise Park was part funded with £2.5m from New Anglia LEP through its Growth Deal with Government.