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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Cornhill Redevelopment Planning Application Comments by Ipswi. 1 2

      Various comments are now appearing since it was changed to FPI3. … I have been invited to comment on the above location by the Ipswich Society. My objection is very straightforward. Can IBC show who owns the actual Cornhill routes and places? As they know who block paved the area (IBC or SCC) with public funds it is obviously a public right of way. It has probably been a right of way for hundreds of years as it has been used by the public…

      Latest: That’s a very good , if long, comment on the proposals.   ...
    • Last reply: 11 hours, 59 minutes ago
      by: Mart
      26 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi The Link scrapped plan another nail in Ipswich waterfront coffin by Ipswi.

      Archant’s old offices in Lower Brook Street were to be turned into “The Link” – an architecturally brilliant mixed office, retail, leisure, hotel and multi-storey car park development. Penn Commercial as agent and Wrenbridge as developer. Not an greyfriars disaster. Except, aiming for the floor, Ipswich is to get retirement housing development instead. The Link wasn’t that ambitious. CGI drawings hint at a Waitrose…

      Latest: Everything planned which is the “breath of fresh air”, exciting and something to be ambitious about, either doesn’t make it past the idea stage or gets ...
    • Last reply: 1 day, 2 hours ago
      by: Dan
      5 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummer by Ipswi. 1 2 3

      Benedict Michael Gummer (Ben Gummer) has been our MP for coming up to 7 years now after defeating Chris Mole at the 2010 General Election. This topic will serve for all discussions directly relating to Ben Gummer. Ben Gummer Contract Ben’s Contract with Ipswich Voters. Many people have lost their faith in politicians. Voters are fed up with the lies and the failure to deliver real change. I want to be different. That is why I have drawn up…

      Latest: I uploaded the above photo and didn’t think to notice the post had been deleted – that is very poor. Surely that is the right thing to do? Having a message of ...
    • Last reply: 1 day, 12 hours ago
      by: Dan
      43 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummer & Conservative Manifesto by Ipswi.

      Former Conservative Ipswich MP and current Tory candidate for Ipswich, Ben Gummer, Cabinet Minister, was tasked with writing the Conservative Party Manifesto. As you would expect for a 2-times MP and prospective candidate for a third term, Ben is an advocate for Ipswich (in particular for the Ipswich Waterfront). The manifesto didn’t include anything to benefit Ipswich or the Suffolk economy specifically… and the same applies with Ea…

      Latest: As other post the offending thread and photo have been removed from his Facebook page now. I would like to think that the person who was in charge of it yesterday has perhaps ...
    • Last reply: 1 day, 12 hours ago
      by: Mart
      13 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswich Ltd Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 5 by Ipswich Ltd. 1 2

      Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 5: So it is May 2017, a day away from the local elections (Suffolk County Council) and around a month away from the snap General Election. Northern Bypass Part 4 has exceeded 200 replies, into page 10… time for a new topic… Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 5! IPSWI will keep running a discussion on the Northern Bypass until it gets built (and no guarantees that we won’t continue it on talking a…

      Latest: They will need to redo the boundaries or increase maximum constituency size by some margin – the latter likely with fewer seats. It is a rather bizarre system when you ...
    • Last reply: 1 day, 12 hours ago
      by: Dan
      35 replies by 5 voices.
    • Profile photo of Mart Parking in Arras Square, St Stephens Lane by Mart. 1 2

      Still a big problem with no sign of any action from either SCC of IBC. So far as we understand their is a Traffic Order preventing parking but as there are no signs up it can’t be enforced. IBC would be responsible for the enforcement but they have advised us that they are waiting for SCC to sort out the signs. SCC also advise that there are potential land ownership issues that may be complicating the issue. Bottom line is we can’t g…

      Latest: I think they are doing whatever they can to create traffic chaos. They just want to disrupt our lives. I really wish they would invest in Arras Square to entice an tenant ...
    • Last reply: 2 days, 8 hours ago
      by: Dan
      23 replies by 4 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi SnOasis by Ipswi.

      Further documents have been filed for the on-going proposed SnOasis winter sports complex project at Great Blakenham. SnOasis is a controversial proposed indoor winter sports resort in Great Blakenham near Ipswich, Suffolk UK currently scheduled to open in 2020. It is planned be the largest real snow indoor ski slope in the world with a 415 metre long slope, 70 metre wide run, and a 100 metre drop; accommodating 1000 skiers per hour. There are …

      Latest: Though its not so much theme park as Centre Parcs on Ice so far as I can tell. Lots of sporting activities (albeit icY ones), spas, restaurants etc. (like Centre Parcs) with ...
    • Last reply: 3 days, 4 hours ago
      by: Mart
      4 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Dan Sandy Martin by Dan.

      This will be the Sandy Martin discussion topic. Sandy Martin is the Labour Candidate for Ipswich, General Election 2017. It appears he doesn’t currently have a website, a bit worrying a month away from a General Election although I am sure it will all soon be revealed when he launches his General Election campaign.

      Latest: We don’t know what his idea for a Northern Bypass involves but it is a victory to avoid the Ben Bridge (Upper Orwell Crossings) getting built.
    • Last reply: 3 days, 6 hours ago
      by: Dan
      12 replies by 2 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Businesses in Fore Street worry about ghost town by News Robot.

      Fore Street businesses voice fears for future of street’s shops due to pricey car parks Businesses in Fore Street have voiced fears over the future of the historic street’s shops – and cited expensive car parking as the reason. Carole Emery, owner of the Dress Circle store in Fore Street, said businesses in the area felt they were being forgotten, and not enough was done to encourage shoppers into the town centre. The NCP car park in Cox L…

      Latest: But these sort of people expect the council and local MP to spend a lot of money and time to make their business viable. I am rather critical why the U-turn away from Turret ...
    • Last reply: 5 days, 17 hours ago
      by: Dan
      5 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Ipswich Crime epidemic continues as teenager stabbed by News Robot.

      Teenage boy reportedly stabbed in chest in Moffat Avenue, Ipswich Three teenagers have been arrested after a boy was reportedly stabbed during a fight in Ipswich today. Emergency services, including an air ambulance, were sent to Moffat Avenue just after 3.50pm today and found a teenage boy who is understood to have been stabbed in the chest. The boy was taken to Ipswich Hospital by land ambulance for further care. In an update tonight, a force …

    • Last reply: 1 week ago
      by: News Robot
      1 replies by 1 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Greggs shops intimidate local bakeries by News Robot.

      Fears raised after Greggs launch two new Ipswich stores within metres of local bakeries Independent bakeries in Ipswich have urged customers to continue to shop local after two Greggs stores opened just a handful of metres from existing bakeries in Ipswich. In the last six months the national chain has opened a store in Rosehill Retail Park off Felixstowe Road – opposite the Victoria’s Bakery on the corner of Felixstowe Road and Hatfield Roa…

    • Last reply: 1 week ago
      by: Dan
      2 replies by 2 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Ransomes Europark almost full by News Robot.

      Only three plots remaining at Ransomes Europark in Ipswich Only three small sites now remain available on the Ransomes Europark commercial and retail estate in Ipswich following the acquisition of a further 1.34 acres by Edison House Group. The sales come quickly after the purchase of an adjoining parcel of land by Coastal Building Supplies and means that less than seven acres still remains unsold on the business park, out of a total of around 2…

      Latest: Ipswich Star comments… Now this is good news. Real economic progress, unlike the much trumpeted ‘completion’ of the Winerack, thanks, it seems, to the ...
    • Last reply: 1 week ago
      by: Dan
      4 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Dan The Mark Murphy at Breakfast election battle bus rolls into Ipswich tomorrow! by Dan.

      The Mark Murphy at Breakfast election battle bus rolls into Ipswich tomorrow, live from 7am.What's the most important issue for you at the Election? The Mark Murphy at Breakfast election battle bus rolls into Ipswich tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/PO5nhCTP9M — Mark Murphy (@MarkGlennMurphy) May 15, 2017

      Latest: I will look into the email problem. Not sure what is wrong. The radio trailing annoyed me somewhat – probably only me. 😀 It wasn’t too bad overall, very ...
    • Last reply: 1 week, 1 day ago
      by: Dan
      5 replies by 2 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Rail Station forecourt completed by Ipswi.

      Suffolk County Council is pretty much reporting the works are complete… https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/roadworks/ipswich-railway-station/  Works Completed We have already completed: new forecourt layout with improved bus stops and taxi drop off points new pedestrian access, removing the need for pedestrians to cross the bus and taxi lanes on the station forecourt new cycle access new paving relocation of the 20 minute drop…

      Latest: A taxi driver has clarified on BBC Radio Suffolk (Mark Murphy at Breakfast) that they were unhappy with the taxi rank at Ipswich Station. They were initially consulted over ...
    • Last reply: 1 week, 1 day ago
      by: Dan
      4 replies by 2 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi The Upper Orwell Crossings a bridge too far? by Ipswi. 1 2

      From Ipswich Society newsletter Ipswich Society April 2017 (issue 207):- Clever politicians throw their weight behind projects that are likely to succeed and avoid those that will be a long time coming. Thus we can guess that the proposals to build additional bridges over the Orwell and the New Cut are likely to happen sooner rather than later. However the rationale for the biggest of these bridges is debatable and the methodology used to establ…

      Latest: Breaking News: Labour candidate Sandy Martin said today on BBC Radio Suffolk battle bus at Cornhill he wants to allocate the Upper Orwell Crossing funding for a road north of ...
    • Last reply: 1 week, 1 day ago
      by: Ipswi
      21 replies by 5 voices.
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