Nicholas Street redevelopment reaches new heights

Nicholas Street redevelopment reaches new heights 31 July 2020 A NEW look skyline is emerging in Ipswich as the once-in-a-generation redevelopment of Nicholas St in Ipswich Central hits a major milestone.The new council administration building and children’s library on the corner of Nicholas Street and Union Place has officially reached its full height, and to mark the occasion Mayor Teresa Harding and Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle “topped out” the building at its new ninth storey.Mayor Harding said the completion of the building’s structure was an important step forward for council’s $246 million Nicholas Street redevelopment.“The council administration building and children’s library is due for completion in the second half of 2021, but the community will see other parts of the development open and ready to go before then,” she said.“This redevelopment will create a modern and vibrant CBD for the people of Ipswich and visitors to eat, shop and enjoy world-class amenities with family and friends.
Ipswich City Council
1 Aug 2020
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Lace up the boots and get back out there, with a little help

Lace up the boots and get back out there, with a little help 30 July 2020 Grants of up to $20,000 to support local not-for-profit sporting clubs to purchase equipment and carry out minor work are now …
Ipswich City Council
31 Jul 2020
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New committees structure for council from August

New committees structure for council from August 30 July 2020 Ipswich City Council is reverting to a full committee structure from August.Council has decided to extend the number of standing committee…
Ipswich City Council
31 Jul 2020
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Council supporting community through latest COVID-19 concerns

Council supporting community through latest COVID-19 concerns 30 July 2020 Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said Ipswich City Council is aware of latest developments with the new COVID-19 cases in south e…
Ipswich City Council
31 Jul 2020
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School’s street art win to help ‘improve behaviour’

School’s street art win to help ‘improve behaviour’ 28 July 2020 Kruger State School will be home to a new mural by a local street artist, after winning an Ipswich Festivals competition.Ipswich artist…
Ipswich City Council
28 Jul 2020
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Ipswich Nature Centre plan: Eagle, platypus and koalas

A masterplan has been drawn up by Ipswich City Council to ensure the Ipswich Nature Centre is keeping pace with
Ipswich City Council
28 Jul 2020
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Ipswich businesses given opportunity to improve CBD outlook

Ipswich City Council officially launches its $100,000 pilot Façade Improvement Program for the Ipswich central business district today.
Ipswich City Council
27 Jul 2020
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Ipswich turns a page with unveiling of $8.8m Rosewood Library

Ipswich turns a page with unveiling of $8.8m Rosewood Library 25 July 2020 Ipswich residents were today given a preview of their new state-of-the-art library at Rosewood, which is set to open to the p…
Ipswich City Council
26 Jul 2020
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Youth council nominations closing soon

Youth council nominations closing soon 24 July 2020 Nominations are now open for people aged 16 to 25 to join the Ipswich Youth Advisory Council (IYAC), an Ipswich City Council initiative that gives y…
Ipswich City Council
25 Jul 2020
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