Fast-growing cities, attractive commercial development sites and growing Enterprise Zones make Norfolk & Suffolk ripe for investment, key property industry figures are to be told.
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.
Utility leaders from around the UK have been presented with the latest plans arising from a pioneering £26.9m flood programme in Suffolk.
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 recyclable glass and packaging firm is opening a £3.1m manufacturing and warehouse facility in Suffolk with support from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. Fifty new jobs will result from the new premises near Eye, which has been developed in response to a massive surge in demand for glass food and drink packaging. The 60,000 […]
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 […]