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Ipswich Borough Council
Ipswich Borough Council is to invest £8m in infrastructure for the transformation of the 130-acre former British Sugar site in Sproughton into a business centre.
Ipswich Borough Council has unveiled plans to invest £23m in improvements to Ipswich Museum, the Wolsey Studio theatre and Ipswich Art School by 2019.
Ipswich Borough Council has unveiled plans to develop a 130-acre distribution park on Sproughton Road, with the creation of hundreds of jobs.
Ipswich Borough Council has approved plans for the £70m redevelopment of a site on Grafton Way, including a Tesco superstore, two hotels, 129 apartments and the creation of 900 jobs.
Ipswich Borough Council is to consider plans from London Provincial & Overseas for the redevelopment of Ransome's Wharf, including a 90-bed hotel, 200 flats, offices, shops and the creation of 330 jobs.
Ipswich Borough Council is considering plans to set up a new call centre to handle all enquiries for Grafton House, and the 20 new jobs would replace up to 40 existing jobs in other departments.
Ipswich Borough Council is planning to relocate its staff to a new headquarters at Ipswich Village, and the 14-storey Civic Centre is expected to be demolished by 2006.
Ipswich Borough Council has outlined plans for the development of a new £160m university for 7,400 students, and talks are taking place with Essex and East Anglia universities.
Ipswich Borough Council is to consider plans from Helical Bar for a £60m retail development in the town's Mint Quarter project.
Ipswich Borough Council is to consider plans from Samuel Beadle Developments for a £50m retail park in Raeburn Road.
Ipswich Borough Council is to consider plans from Beazer Homes for a £50m development on the town's waterfront, including 500 homes and new commercial and retail space.