Norfolk and Suffolk’s world-class business offer will be globally marketed under a new brand which will help the region prepare it for a post-Brexit future.
Two former students at One Sixth Form College (One) in Ipswich have got their first foot on the career ladder with top jobs at Superstructures and SEH French, after linking with the New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network.
An exciting development on Ipswich’s Waterfront which will house a new archive centre and state-of-the-art facilities is on schedule for its public opening in spring 2020. New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership contributed £250,000 from its Growing Places Fund towards The Hold – a project which aims to attract new visitors to the town’s burgeoning Waterfront […]
A contemporary office complex unveiled today in the heart of Ipswich has been hailed as part of the town’s “renaissance” and should act as a catalyst for further development. For a decade the Grade II listed, 200-year-old building on Princes Street has stood derelict, but it has now been transformed into an industrial-style office space […]
Primary school pupils in Ipswich have been encouraged to aim higher at a careers event organised by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and local groups to address social mobility. More than 500 Year 5 pupils met with a diverse range of employers, from EDF Energy, HMRC and the NHS to individuals including a judge, […]
Property developments are attracting investment into Suffolk town The iconic Winerack on Ipswich’s historic waterfront, a £30 million residential and commercial development, has reached a milestone, completing the first collection of apartments (3rd Quarter) and revealing its finished red brick and steel façade for the first time. A landmark development, it is the result of […]