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LAST OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSINESSES TO MOVE TO FUTURA PARK

24 October 2017

Futura Park has been a commercial success story for Ipswich and is established as one of the premium locations for trade and retail in the town. Now only three smaller plots are remaining on the 44-acre site off Nacton Road, located to the south east...

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MAJOR ARTWORK UNVEILED AT FUTURA PARK

25 September 2013

A new public art installation has been unveiled at Futura Park in Ipswich. The artwork was created by Andrei Costache, a Fine Art student at University Campus Suffolk (UCS), following a competition among students from the UCS School of Arts and Human...

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ALL ROADS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT FUTURA PARK

28 March 2013

Crane Boulevard, the final new access road within Futura Park, Ipswich’s major new retail and business park, was officially opened today. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark this latest milestone in the regeneration of the 44-acre former indus...

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FUTURA PARK FUELS SUCCESS FOR LOCAL ECONOMY

22 March 2013

Futura Park, Ipswich’s new retail and business park, is already proving an economic success story, creating hundreds of jobs for local people, with deals now signed for all of the stores in the second phase of retail, which sits alongside the flagshi...

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FLAGSHIP JOHN LEWIS / WAITROSE OPENS DOORS TO FUTURA PARK

08 November 2012

The flagship new John Lewis at home and Waitrose stores at Ipswich’s Futura Park have opened their doors for business (8 November). AquiGen, the developer of Futura Park, has heralded the opening of the much-anticipated anchor stores as paving the wa...

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ROADS TO FUTURA PARK OPENED

01 November 2012

Two new roads in Ipswich have been officially opened today (Thursday 1st November) as part of the development of Futura Park, Ipswich’s major new retail and business park. The Mayor of Ipswich, Cllr Mary Blake cut the ribbon to mark the opening of J...

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WORK BEGINS AT IPSWICH REGENERATION SCHEME

04 April 2012

Work has begun on Futura Park, one of the most comprehensive regeneration schemes in East Anglia, which will see, a new purpose built 44 acre business and retail park in Ipswich. Anticipated to be one of the most sought after business spaces in th...

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PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR IPSWICH REGENERATION SCHEME

17 January 2012

Planning consent has been granted for a major regeneration project in Ipswich, which will see the creation of a new purpose built 44 acre business and retail park, including a John Lewis at home and Waitrose store. The development, which is being u...

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AquiGen secures first regeneration scheme

08 September 2011

Development will include Waitrose and John Lewis at home stores and create 1,500 jobs AquiGen has completed the purchase of its first site, a redundant 44 acre factory site in Ipswich, which it will redevelop to create a vibrant new business park...

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