Suffolk Now podcast: Why the Cornhill is a success

PUBLISHED: 08:00 08 June 2019 | UPDATED: 12:26 10 June 2019

The Cornhill stonehenge has attracted criticism. Picture: NATALIE SADLER

The Cornhill stonehenge has attracted criticism. Picture: NATALIE SADLER

Following the news of the safety improvements and the ‘Cornhenge’ pillars coming down, Ipswich town centre’s controversial Cornhill has come back into the spotlight.

The £3.6million scheme has drawn plenty of criticism - both locally and nationally - for its cost, designs, safety and other things.

But as our political correspondent Paul Geater and Suffolk local democracy reporter Jason Noble discuss with host journalist Rachel Edge, the development is more of a success than you may imagine.

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