Monday 25th May 2015
Law firm plans major new Ipswich hq

Law firm plans major new Ipswich hq

A planning application for a new hq in Ipswich for law firm Birketts has been submitted to Ipswich BC by developer  Churchmanor Estates. The application is in keeping with the Vision for Ipswich recently put forward by Ipswich Central, the business improvement district and is seen as a significant addition for town’s planned civic quarter. If approved the law firm, expects a two year schedule with construction of the four-storey building in Princes Street, starting in early 2016 and occupancy during the first half of 2017.

Jonathan Agar, chief executive officer for Birketts, said: “B...

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