Villagers are celebrating a major victory in a long-running campaign against a controversial housing development.
Fresh plans have been submitted to build nine homes on land to the north of Elmswell.
A 16th century country house with a built-in cinema room just outside of Bury St Edmunds has hit the market for £2,500,000.
A blueprint for future development of more than 17,000 new homes across two Suffolk districts is to be submitted to the Government early in the new year.
Final approval needed for 21 homes to be build on former farmland in Badwell Ash has been pushed back so that parking arrangements can be improved.
Plans for a new 279 home estate which would bring 100 “much needed” affordable homes to Mid Suffolk have been submitted.
The fee paid by development companies to help improve community infrastructure is set to be revised in a bid to “safeguard” future payments in parts of Suffolk.
A decision has been deferred until a later date on plans for 86 homes in Elmswell amid concerns over traffic impacts and planned highways measures.
A summer boom sent house prices soaring by up to 10% in some Suffolk towns.
Long-delayed plans for 65 homes close to the former bacon factory in Elmswell have finally been given the go-ahead after a series of setbacks.
A developer has launched a bid to build eight houses and three bungalows in Wetheringsett.
Plans to build a new 80-home estate have been approved after developers and council officers agreed to protect a nearby meadow and pay thousands towards local infrastructure.
Plans for a new 75-place care home and 93 apartments are set for Stowmarket town centre after an application was approved.
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Struggling tenants facing eviction during the Covid-19 crisis could be saved by an expansion in the Suffolk Law Centre’s (SLC) Housing Legal Aid service.
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More than 150 new council homes are to be delivered in Babergh over the next three years, according to council chiefs – with 45 new affordable homes secured for Sudbury.
The demolition of an existing house and its outbuildings in one of Suffolk’s most historic villages has been given the go-ahead by planners.
The cheapest places to live in Suffolk are in Ipswich and Lowestoft, while the most expensive is in the heart of Constable Country, new figures reveal.
House prices in Suffolk have increased by nearly £100,000 in the past decade despite new figures showing that 2019 saw the lowest rise in seven years.
A key document which will prevent speculative developers from building unsuitable estates in Suffolk towns and villages will not be ready until the end of 2021 at the earliest, it has emerged.
Plans for more than 1,000 homes on the edge of Sudbury have taken a massive step nearer to completion.
A plot of land with a boating lake and more than 4,000 trees has been put up for sale with plans to build a “Grand Designs” style home.
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