Shocking new figures have revealed the scale of the housing crisis in Suffolk - with buyers forced to fork out nearly nine times the average person's salary for a standard home.
Vulnerable, low income families in Suffolk facing issues such as rogue landlords or homelessness could struggle due to a lack of legal aid funding for housing issues, charities have warned.
With spring now here, many people are considering a home move. What will a budget of up to £270,000 buy you around the area? A bungalow in Ipswich, a brand new house near Framlingham or a period property in Sudbury.
Developers behind plans for 60 homes in Stradbroke have been praised for the way they have worked alongside the community, as proposals were given the green light.
A west Suffolk property which has seven bedrooms and enough parking for 10 cars has gone on the market.
A community being inundated with applications for hundreds of homes has expressed relief after one set of proposals was turned down.
Developing a joint plan for future development across a large part of Suffolk is "top of the list" for two new councils, leaders have said - with a first draft expected to be revealed this summer.
More than 7,000 homes could be built across Suffolk on existing redundant sites, new data has revealed.
Long running plans to establish more than 1,200 homes north of Bury St Edmunds have been given fresh impetus - but developers now look set to pursue a plan for 1,500 homes.
About 18,000 new homes are needed in part of Suffolk in the next 15 years, according to latest figures.
Dozens of objectors have raised concerns about a proposal to create supported housing in a terraced street.
Plans for 126 homes on greenfield land in Eye, Suffolk, which were pushed back because of flawed highways assessments have now been rejected entirely.
Work on two redundant sites in Needham Market is to begin in the next 18 months as planners have given the green light for more than 130 homes.
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A major new development on the edge of Sudbury which could see 1,150 homes and a new primary school has finally gone on the market to developers.
The number of rough sleepers across Suffolk and Essex has decreased, new government figures have shown.
Plans have been lodged for 100 new homes in Bacton alongside land for a new village hall and play area.
A joint local plan being developed for Babergh and Mid Suffolk to guide future development in the districts has hit a fresh stumbling block.
A group of campaigners will march through a picturesque Suffolk village to protest against plans for 150 new homes and call for more donations to fight a developer's appeal.
Demanding housing targets are fuelling Suffolk's ageing population and increasing pressure on services and the economy, it has been claimed.
A joint housebuilding venture which Suffolk County Council walked away from before a single home had been built has cost taxpayers £70,000 it has emerged.
The team at the region's AONBs wants to encourage development in harmony with our finest countryside, and has commissioned a colour guide based on the hues and tones of the area.