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More than 10,000 new homes will be needed in east Suffolk as demand rises and the population grows.

Highways officials predict severe congestion from even modest increases in traffic from developments surrounding a pinch point junction.

Planning chiefs have been accused of “driving a coach and horses” through policies drawn up to shape the future of a village.

Bowered Green Cottage is an attractive, Grade II listed cottage, dating originally from around the 16th Century, at Boxted.

The last phase of a £5.4m scheme to bring nearly 60 new affordable homes to Martlesham is now complete after Suffolk Housing welcomed its final tenants to the properties.

House prices in Tendring have rocketed by 13.1% making it the second largest local authority district for growth in the UK, according to new figures.

A young artist from Framlingham was quick on the draw to help open a new show home in the town.

Thousands of pounds have been pledged in days by residents to fight the threat of Braintree and Stebbing Green merging.

A Suffolk community is celebrating after developers withdrew housing proposals and ended a four year planning saga that was taken to the highest court in the land.

A Suffolk country house complete with gardens and a swimming pool at Snape has been put on the property market.

Where is Ipswich in the Premier League of property prices?

New development in an east Suffolk town looks set to generate £2million towards infrastructure improvements – and could help with the cost of a major revamp of its centre.

This stunning first floor apartment home is one of just three within this handsome Victorian villa in leafy Westerfield Road, Ipswich.

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