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Latest photos from the gradual demolition of Ipswich police station

PUBLISHED: 12:59 15 July 2015 | UPDATED: 12:59 15 July 2015

Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.

Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.

Part of Civic Drive in Ipswich will be closed on August 2 as work continues on the demolition of the town’s former police station.

Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.

The work on the building, on the corner of Elm Street and Civic Drive, is due to finish in September.

As part of the project, the south carriageway of Civic Drive will shut from 5am-11pm on Sunday, August 2, to facilitate the use of a crane and demolition curtain to the west corner of the building.

See our gallery for photos from the first stage of the demolition.

Ipswich council leader David Ellesmere said: “It is a building which has been part of the town for many years. But it was not realistic to extend its life so it is important to clear the site and allow it to be redeveloped over the next few years.”

Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.Half of the former Ipswich Police Station has been reduced to rubble.

Work to demolish the centre includes separating the building from the former Crown Court.


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