New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has announced Capital Growth Funding totalling £14.5m for four new projects which will boost skills, innovation and productivity in Norfolk and Suffolk.
A time capsule containing artefacts representing the history of Ipswich and Suffolk has been buried at the new heritage centre, The Hold, on the Ipswich Waterfront.
The Environment Agency’s new tidal flood defence barrier for Ipswich has been officially opened by Floods Minister, Dr Thérèse Coffey, ensuring more than 1,600 homes and 400 businesses are better protected from flooding and the impacts of climate changeover the course of the next century.
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 […]
Developers in Ipswich have opened the doors of The Maltings, to give a first look inside since its transformation into industrial-style offices began. The project is part-funded with £600,000 from the LEP’s Growing Places Fund.
Work to transform the iconic Winerack building on Ipswich Waterfront has reached a major milestone, with a new landmark appearing on the skyline. One of the largest mobile cranes…