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    Could Connexions in Princes Street office corridor house 700 Sizewell C workers?

    by newsbot in David EllesmereMar 22, 2017 with 12 replies and 47 views.

    Could 700 jobs come to Ipswich as part of Sizewell C project?There are vacant office blocks in Ipswich town centre like Connexions in Princes Street.The development of a new Sizewell C power station on the Suffolk coast could bring hundreds of new jobs to Ipswich, it has emerged.But the town could have to fight off interest from both Colchester and Chelmsford to become home to a new administration centre for both Sizewell and another...

    Latest reply: Still 3 floors left for the 700 EDF workers. I wonder if there are any updates?

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    Prime Minister’s council house pledge won’t help Ipswich, says Ellesmere

    by newsbot in David EllesmereOct 4, 2017 with 1 replies and 16 views.

    Prime Minister’s council house pledge won’t help Ipswich, says EllesmereAs Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to spend £2bn more on affordable housing across Britain, Ipswich Council leader David Ellesmere warned it was unlikely to make much impact in the town.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: He cannot help himself can he? He is isolated in the county surrounded by a sea of blue, and in the process of working with local district councils to create a local plan... it is the same Labour Vs Tory bickering. Why is he alienating our...

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    Charges At Ipswich Car Parks Changing With Rises For Many Motorists

    by newsbot in David EllesmereAug 9, 2017 with 1 replies and 30 views.

    Charges at council-run car parks in Ipswich are set to change next week – with increases for many visitors to the town centre.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: Charges at council-run car parks in Ipswich are set to change next week – with increases for many visitors to the town centre.The basic charge for using most council-run town centre car parks goes up from £1 an hour to £1.20 an hour on Tuesday,...

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    Ipswich Free Shuttle Bus Saved After Borough Picks Up Bill For Service

    by newsbot in David EllesmereJul 27, 2017 with 2 replies and 40 views.

    Ipswich’s free shuttle bus between council offices in Russell Road and the town centre has been saved after the borough agreed to pick up the bill for it.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: This was a shocking result - knee jerk reaction - and a load of shite...A single bus will travel around the town centre in 15 minutes. Instead of going along Tacket Street and Bond Street it will now go up Upper Brook Street in the town centre...

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    Ipswich Council Leader Defends Investing In Business Properties

    by newsbot in David EllesmereJul 11, 2017 with 1 replies and 30 views.

    Ipswich council leader David Ellesmere has defended his authority’s decision to invest millions in commercial property around the town despite a warning from a senior MP that this could be gambling with public money.Continue reading... on Ipswich Star

    Latest reply: The answer is it doesn't matter. When the s**t hits the fan he will be gone and probably a different political party in control. Their ambitions are already scaled down. They decided not to work on the third Princes Street building until...

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    Labour struggles to find Ipswich candidate ... Jane Basham nominates herself

    by newsbot in David EllesmereApr 19, 2017 with 7 replies and 36 views.

    Labour racing to find Ipswich candidate – Jane Basham wants to take on Ben GummerLabour Party officials are hoping to have a candidate in place to challenge Ben Gummer in the June 8 General Election within a week to 10 days.Normally it would take weeks to advertise the vacancy for a candidate and select someone to fight the seat – but the procedure will be compressed to get a candidate in place.Candidates will be selected by a regional...

    Latest reply: Apparently she has withdrawn her nominee due to family reasons (source: Ipswich Star) but I cannot find anything online at the weekend to confirm this as true.

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    Post Office opens in WH Smith

    by newsbot in David EllesmereMar 12, 2017 with 4 replies and 20 views.

    Post Office formerly in Ipswich’s Sailmakers centre opens in new WH Smith location despite objectionsFormerly situated in Sailmakers shopping centre the service has now opened in WH Smith’s store in Westgate Street.It has four counters and two self-service machines, but the move was criticised when it was announced last year.During a consultation about the move concern was expressed about the Post Office being on the first floor of WH...

    Latest reply: It will be a good i ideal to the post office cause will come in wh smiths and use more

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