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    • Profile photo of Watchfull (Streetlife) Northern Bypass for Ipswich by Watchfull (Streetlife). 1 2 3 27 28 29

      It has be suggested that we bring this subject up again–can we have your views on this and the reason why–if the Orwell bridge shut down the Valley road gets grid locked–if the big expansion comes about North of Westerfield–it will get worst–I can enlarge upon this but will wait to see what reaction there is forthcoming to this post. [ This in an archive of the original post by Watchfull on Streetlife. ]

    • Last reply: 9 months, 3 weeks ago
      by: Watchfull (Streetlife)
      562 replies by 38 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswich Ltd Northern Bypass NBP Part 4! by Ipswich Ltd. 1 2 3 8 9 10

      I have been asked by watchfull to start off the Northern Bypass Part 4 topic! As streetlife is closing down and many peoples concerns with Next Door, the conversation will continue on IPSWI. The original topic will be imported to IPSWI so you can refer back to posts. Please bear with the site which can be a little troublesome, these problems will be ironed out over the next week or two. The first three topics on the Northern Bypass had over 1200…

    • Last reply: 4 hours, 53 minutes ago
      by: Dan
      195 replies by 7 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Ipswich Residents surprised by a complete new Cornhill design by News Robot. 1 2

      New vision for Ipswich Cornhill brings sculpture and water feature to site This is the bold new look that is set to be created at Ipswich Cornhill next year after the views of the public – and expert bodies – were taken into account. A new modern sculpture is to be installed along with a water feature in front of the former Grimwade’s store – but proposals to level the major part of the Cornhill have been dropped. The new plans were draw…

    • Last reply: 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      by: Dan
      21 replies by 6 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Cornhill Redevelopment Planning Application Comments by Ipswi.

      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…

    • Last reply: 12 hours, 36 minutes ago
      by: Ipswi
      20 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Mart Parking in Arras Square, St Stephens Lane by Mart.

      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…

    • Last reply: 3 weeks, 1 day ago
      by: Dan
      20 replies by 4 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Storm Doris and Ranelagh Road closure: ultimate chaos? by Ipswi.

      With winds between 60-70mph forecast, can the Ipswich road network cope with a key road closure both in town and the TEN-T A14 Orwell Bridge being closed due to high winds from Storm Doris?#A14 J56-J57 nr #Ipswich. Peak winds are expected 10am-6pm due to #StormDoris. #Orwellbridge highly likely to be closed in that period. — Highways England (@HighwaysEAST) February 23, 2017

    • Last reply: 2 months ago
      by: Dan
      19 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi The Upper Orwell Crossings a bridge too far? by Ipswi.

      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…

    • Last reply: 13 hours, 9 minutes ago
      by: Mart
      18 replies by 5 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Ben Gummer shocked by Westminster terrorist attack by News Robot.

      Ben Gummer shocked by terror in Westminster as East Anglian MPs praise police Ipswich MP and Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer was left shocked after seeing the aftermath of the attack. He said: “I cannot say much about this – but I saw more than I wanted to and it really brought home the dangers faced by those who are there to protect us. It was a horrible, horrible moment and I feel very sorry for the police officer, his family and collea…

    • Last reply: 2 weeks, 4 days ago
      by: Dan
      17 replies by 5 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Public sector £20 million boost to Wine Rack stalled Ipswich Waterfront project by News Robot.

      Millions to be spent on the Winerack The building on the Ipswich Waterfront, known locally as the Winerack, is set to be finally completed.It will include 149 apartments and an area of commercial space, thanks to an investment of millions of pounds of public money. The Homes and Communities Agency is set to invest £15m, with a further £5m from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. The building is owned by John Howard, who said: “W…

    • Last reply: 1 day, 13 hours ago
      by: Mart
      15 replies by 4 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Willis Building architects chosen for Upper Orwell Crossing by News Robot.

      Foster wins race to build new bridges over River Orwell at Ipswich port One of the world’s best-known architect practices has won the race to design three new bridges over the docks in Ipswich. Foster + Partners, the group that designed the world-famous Willis building in the heart of the town, will design the bridges that form the Upper Orwell Crossing. They will link the east and west banks of the River Orwell, providing a new route for cros…

    • Last reply: 1 month, 1 week ago
      by: Ipswi
      14 replies by 5 voices.
    • Profile photo of News Robot Could Connexions in Princes Street office corridor house 700 Sizewell C workers? by News Robot.

      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 power st…

    • Last reply: 1 month ago
      by: Mart
      12 replies by 4 voices.
    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummer by Ipswi.

      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…

    • Last reply: 2 days, 17 hours ago
      by: Dan
      12 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Dan Ipswich Railway Station Forecourt by Dan.

      I went into the forecourt of Ipswich Rail Station this morning….Unless I am mistaken by perception, the current incomplete design looks nothing like it.Bus Stop area looks larger than the taxi rank area – when it should look rather equal – is there enough room for the bus shelters on pavement? The Improved Pedestrian Access area (public realm) doesn’t seem that large – by this design it takes up 45% of the great…

    • Last reply: 3 weeks, 2 days ago
      by: Dan
      10 replies by 3 voices.
    • Profile photo of Dan Ranelagh Road Closure – Ipswich Railway Station forecourt improvement scheme by Dan.

      Ranelagh Road Closure (part) 10-weeks estimated for:-   replacing traffic lights upgrading street lighting National Grid gas main works new bus and taxi shelters replacing road markings and signs on all three approaches to the station resurfacing of the station forecourt area – bus and taxi lanes I wonder if the “replaced road markings” will result in pushed-back stop lines and introducing of ASL on Burrell Road and Prince…

    • Last reply: 1 month, 4 weeks ago
      by: Dan
      10 replies by 3 voices.
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