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Word on the Street: What restaurant would you like in Ipswich?

PUBLISHED: 17:04 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:04 13 February 2018

A planning application has gone in for it to become a restaurant at 4 Tacket Street. Picture: ROSS HALLS

A planning application has gone in for it to become a restaurant at 4 Tacket Street. Picture: ROSS HALLS

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Plans have been submitted to change Ipswich’s former Grabs kitchenware clearance shop into a restaurant - we asked people in Ipswich what restaurant they would like.

The planning application has been submitted by Beane, Wass and Box who would like it to become a restaurant or cafe.

No names have been confirmed for the unit yet however it is understood that it is likely to be a local firm rather than a national chain or franchisee.

Read the full story here: Plans submitted for new restaurant in Tacket Street, Ipswich

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