A housing development for a small village in Suffolk has been granted outline planning permission after being opposed by many residents.
Plans for an 85-home estate alongside land for a new village hall and play area in Bacton have been approved.
Plans for a controversial housing development which could see almost 300 homes built in a Suffolk village have been withdrawn amid mass local objection.
Plans to turn a Grade II listed village pub in Coddenham into a house have been submitted after attempts to sell the disused premises failed.
Construction work on a new 65-home estate in Haughley has got under way a year after plans were initially approved.
Plans to extend the village of Bramford with 115 homes have been given the green light, despite objections from hundreds of villagers.
A developer has submitted revised plans to West Suffolk Council for an ongoing housing development in Bury St Edmunds.
A developer has launched a bid to build new homes on land south of Debenham.
Relationship breakdowns and families looking to upsize are some of the reasons being cited for a surge in demand for rental properties.
Designs have been unveiled for 85 homes which were approved by the government’s planning inspectorate on appeal.
Lockdown froze the housing market with the biggest blow to the industry in a generation – but buyers in Suffolk are chomping at the bit to buy, according to estate agents.
This four-bedroom family house with a swimming pool would be the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine during lockdown and it could be yours after going on the market with a price tag of £675,000.
A developer has launched a fresh bid to build a small housing development in a Suffolk village - less than a year after a previous application was blocked over wildlife concerns.
Five new ecofriendly and portable houses are planned for a former brickworks and gravel pit site in Suffolk.
The number of people sleeping rough on the streets of Sudbury, Hadleigh and neighbouring towns is decreasing thanks to new initiatives introduced by councils.
Plans for a new 190 home estate and a care home which would create 50 jobs have been submitted to Babergh District Council.
A decision over plans to build 100 homes in a rural village has been deferred amid mass protest from local politicians and residents.
A resident on a new development near Sudbury has hit out at housebuilder Kier Homes over electrical and damp problems with the new property.
Last year’s most expensive home was previously owned by famous sports presenter and former jockey Emma Spencer – who sold her palatial Newmarket home for a bank-breaking £2.7 million.
Plans have been unveiled to bring up to 20 council sites forward for housing developments – with nearly £11 million pledged to kick start the scheme.
A vision to build three huge garden towns totalling 43,000 homes in north Essex should be abandoned in favour of smaller settlements nearer to existing population centres, it has been urged.