As #1 for billboards in the UK, Primesight deliver tremendous local value. It's no wonder we're top in the market with these great sites across the East.
You can view some of our hand-selected highlights in Norwich and Ipswich below or call our central switchboard on 0141 473 3034 to be redirected to our East team - we'd be only too happy to guide you through the process, whether this is your first billboard or your fiftieth.
Home to over 130,000 residents, Norwich is one of the most densely populated areas in the East of England, with another 80,000 living adjacent to the city.
As the UK’s most complete medieval city, Norwich is the country’s only one set within a national park, the Norfolk Broads. Historic associations with art, literature and publishing continue to the present day, and in 2012 Norwich was designated England’s first UNESCO City of Literature. Norwich is also home to two universities, the cobbled streets of old Norwich, the HQ and Television Centre for BBC East and enough retail opportunities to make it one of the top 10 UK shopping destinations – including one of the largest outdoor markets in England and Jarrolds department store.
Frequently voted one of the UK’s best places to live, study, work and do business, almost half of the city’s employment stem from large multinational companies, the largest being Aviva.
As one of England’s oldest conurbations, Ipswich is home to over 130,000 residents with another 50,000 living within the immediate vicinity.
Ipswich is one of the fastest growing urban centres in the East of England and boasts a vibrant new and regenerated waterfront, a dynamic university and a rich cultural centre for the arts – including the 400-seater New Wolsey Theatre and Jerwood Dance House. It is the gateway to the famous Suffolk coast, with world famous music, food and drink and wildlife destinations. For those seeking serious retail therapy, Ipswich offers a great selection of high street favourites and is fast-becoming a hub for an eclectic range of independent shops and boutiques in the Saints area.
Ipswich’s economy is bolstered by major insurance firms and a growing tech presence, with the UK’s largest container port at Felixstowe and BT’s global research and development HQ on its doorstep.