The Link development of 2011 exposes everything wrong with the direction Ipswich is taking.
The Princes Street office corridor is a prime example of poor planning, lack of imagination and complete inability to redevelop a ‘prime’ location. The street, home to a number of largely vacant office blocks, a fire station, a closed pub and rundown car showroom is the first thing people see when walking from the train … Continue reading The inability to make Princes Street a business hub
The other shortlisted designs for the Cornhill for the original 2014 design competition. 1. LDA's proposal for the civic space around Ipswich's Cornhill 2. Letts Wheeler's proposal for the civic space around Ipswich's Cornhill 3. Gustafson Porter's proposal for the civic space around Ipswich's Cornhill
Status: Withdrawn Type: Hotel/leisure/office/residential/retail Year: 2009 Developer: London Provincial And Overseas Limited Price: £35 million
Status: Refused permission Type: Hotel/leisure/residential/retail Year: 2005 Developer: London Provincial And Overseas Limited Price: Unknown
Status: Pending Type: Residential Year: 2017 Developer: Price: Unknown
Status: Lapsed Type: Student housing Year: 2008 Developer: Luminis Price: £16 million