Suffolk Chamber News
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West Suffolk Council is carrying out a review of car parks across the district, the first review to be carried out in four years.
More UK exporters are reporting a decrease in orders in the opening quarter of the year, with cashflow and confidence dipping too according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Greater Ipswich is part of Ipswich Vision and fully supports the body’s new priorities.
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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is hosting an important workshop where businesses across west Suffolk can discuss their current and future needs for employment land.
John Dugmore, chief executive:
“Suffolk Chamber of Commerce remains a positive supporter of the Upper Orwell Crossings project as it would improve the freer flow of traffic movement around and through the town both on a day-to-day basis and as an additional diversion route when the Orwell Bridge is shut.
“At the same time, we appreciate Suffolk County Council’s financial prudence in reviewing the project at this stage and the additional two months granted during which they will look to address the over-spend and source new funding.
“Suffolk Chamber stands ready to continue to assist in this endeavour by offering its lobbying and campaigning experience and networks and engaging our members to do likewise.”
There was a meeting of minds last week as the mayor of Ipswich and the chair of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Greater Ipswich met for the first time to discuss the future of the town and its surrounding area.