Bottom left is the existng Victorian Mill which is being converted into duplex apartments. It will be completed during 2008. The tower to the right has also 'topped-out' and the lower parts of the building will be occupied by the end of the year. The Ground floor contains bars and restaurants, one of which will be Pitcher & Piano.
The left-hand tower will rise to 18-storeys. The base of this complex will contain the Red Rose Chain's Whitchbottle Theatre so named after the discovery of the eponymous object during excavation works on site.
Hi, was just Googling for some info about these apartments as I hope to move in to one shortly. Came across this thread and was impressed by the amount of interest people have about the Ipswich docks development, and the effort put in to capture it photographically.
So, just a thanks to all, especially OP, cheers!:cheers:
Great Snaps of the forever changing Wet Docks and thanks for sharing. I have a variety of pictures to offer too, but I cannot work out (nor find concise information on) how I upload them from my Imageshack account.
Now on the waterfront but seeing as this is the only Ipswich thread...the Westgate shopping centre on the site of the former Council Offices was given planning permission the other day. It is a £50m development, with retail, offices and residential in Ipswich's town centre with work due to start next year (fingers crossed).
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