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Bloor Homes announces plans for 180 new homes north of Woods Lane, Melton
The towering Winerack – the skeletal apartment building on Ipswich Waterfront halted by the economic recession – is to finally be completed with £20m from the public sector.
Ipswich charity FIND (Families in Need) has been chosen as its charity of the year by the Genesis PR agency.
Law firm Prettys has launched its latest art exhibition ‘Echo’ at an evening reception for staff, clients and contributing artists.
Ipswich Country Market is looking to grow and prosper, with the help of University of Suffolk marketing students.
Persimmon Homes Anglia has handed over more than £3,800 to help fight cancer in Suffolk and Norfolk.
In East Anglia mortgage freedom day for homeowners is April 13, says the Halifax.
The property market is booming in Ipswich with the town described as a hotspot by a national estate agency.
Two thirds of East Anglian homeowners are planning to spend thousands om improving their homes - survey reveals,
Christmas seems like a distant memory with summer fast approaching, but Ipswich Round Table still had one last present to deliver to its 2016 Rudolph Run charity.
Ipswich-based IT and Telecoms experts QDOS Communications plays an important role as new £50m luxury Cambridge Hotel - The Tamburlaine - launches.
A digital walking trail exploring the delights of Felixstowe has been launched thanks to a new app.
An Ipswich property company has unveiled 14 new “Manhattan-style” apartments after converting the town’s historic Electric House building with support from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Gardeners - April 12 is National Pumpkin Sowing Day, says Ipswich horticultural specialists Thompson & Morgan.
Former footballer Dion Dublin has been taking a look around a newly-converted flat in Ipswich during today’s episode of a popular property development show on BBC One.
Professionals and investors predict a good year for the regional property market, despite challenges.
First leisure boat operators Open Weekend at Ipswich Waterfront is hailed a great success.
The University of Suffolk students had a record breaking art auction night last week with more than £4,200 raised for a wide varity of lots.
Three new homes in Suffolk are among five design and build projects in the county shortlisted for the RIBA 2017 Regional Awards.
Fitness coach and trainer Tyrone Bray and sports massage and fitness therapist Jo Tankard have teamed up to launch a new health and wellness gym at Henley near Ipswich.
Lots of great ideas from the latest group of Ipswich Entrepreneurs Programme graduates:
The Electric House, one of the most prominent buildings in the heart of Ipswich, is being transformed into new homes.
Brisk bidding and high prices paid at Lacy Scott and Knight art and antiques auction
Sanctuary Personnel, of Ipswich, has been appointed by the Department of Education and the Skills Funding Agency as an official apprenticeship training provider.
Staff at an Ipswich law firm got cycling for St Elizabeth Hospice - without even having to leave the town.
Great British Pottery Throwdown winner Ryan Barrett is among the artists to have donated artwork to a charity auction being held on the Waterfront, in Ipswich.
A Victorian hospital building will be retained by developers as they convert the former Sudbury landmark into 12 news flats and houses.
PEP&CO - Britain’s fast-growing fashion brand, has confirmed it will open its 87th store as a ‘shop-in-shop’, in Ipswich on Friday March 31.
Ipswich solicitors Gotelee have received dementia training from the mayor of Ipswich, Roger Fern.
The Old Bell Inn has become the latest of the town’s fine old buildings to be rescued from dilapidation but more needs to be done to protect other at risk buildings.