Who owns the Buttermarket Ipswich?
Capital & Regional
Capital & Regional has today completed the sale of the Buttermarket Centre, Ipswich to the National Grid Pension Fund for a price of £54.7 million, at an equivalent yield of 5.9%. The Group expects to make an IRR of over 40% on the total investment.
When did C&A Close in Ipswich?
June 15, 2000
June 15, 2000 – C&A closes its store as the company enters administration.
What shops are in riverlink Ipswich?
Riverlink is Ipswich’s main shopping centre, hosting major stores Target, Kmart, Woolworths, Coles and Aldi. Others include iPlay, Best and Less, Healthyworld Pharmacy and JB HiFi, while some 160 speciality stores complete the mix.
Why is the Buttermarket called the Buttermarket?
It got its name because it originally was a butter and cheese market! The local covered market. Lots of local stalls and quite busy when we were there.
When was the Buttermarket Ipswich built?
October 1, 1992
The Buttermarket Centre is a four-level, £65 million shopping centre located in the centre of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. The Buttermarket was opened on 1 October 1992, comprising 270,000 square feet (25,000 m2) over four levels.
Where was C&A in Ipswich?
Were you among the first customers to gather in Upper Brook Street, Ipswich, for the opening of a C&A store in March 1971?
What’s Open in Ipswich today?
PUBLIC HOLIDAY: What’s open and closed in Ipswich today
- Queen’s Park Café 9am-2pm.
- Fourth Child Café Restaurant Lounge & Bar. 8am-2pm.
- Rafter and Rose. 7am-12pm.
- The Retro Diner. 7am – 1pm.
- Seed Coffee. 7:30am – 11:30am.
- Booval Fair. 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.
- Brassall Shopping Centre. Woolworths and Aldi 9am – 6pm.
- Redbank Plaza.
Is the Ipswich library open?
Ipswich City Council is advising that all Library branches are currently open, operating business as usual, with covid safe practices in place. Ipswich Libraries Adults and Children’s public programs are available while adhering to social distancing regulations. Virtual programs are also available online.
What is a butter market?
1An area or building in a marketplace designated for the sale of dairy goods and other home produce (now chiefly historical); (now usually) an area or building in a city or town formerly used for this purpose. 2The economic sector concerned with commercial dealings in butter.