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Landowners Trinity College, Cambridge, want to halve the amount of affordable housing they are required to build as part of a new 385-home estate on the edge of Felixstowe.

Housing developer Bloor Homes has bought the Woods Lane site at Melton, where it plans to start work on 180 new properties this summer once details have been approved by Suffolk Coastal council.

Bloor Homes announces plans for 180 new homes north of Woods Lane, Melton

A planning inspector has turned down an appeal against refusal for housing at the border of Martlesham and Woodbridge.

The second tower at the Regatta Quay development became a very visible symbol of how the recession hit Ipswich after work there stopped at the end of 2009.

A landlord has been ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £17,000 after failing to carry out safety works at one of his Ipswich properties.

Detailed proposals have been unveiled for a ‘car-free’ housing development to replace the former headquarters of Suffolk Coastal District Council in Woodbridge.

In East Anglia mortgage freedom day for homeowners is April 13, says the Halifax.

The property market is booming in Ipswich with the town described as a hotspot by a national estate agency.

Like towns and cities across the country, Ipswich has been growing for centuries. But looking at outstanding planning applications in the pipeline, that growth is likely to accelerate in the next few years, bringing major benefits, according to councillors.

People will have just four weeks to give their views on proposals for 2,000 new homes at Adastral Park and major changes to the A12.

Lower speed limits may be brought in along the A12 east of Ipswich when the 2,000-home Adastral Park development is built at Martlesham Heath.

Major proposals for changes to the A12 to cope with thousands more vehicles every day were announced today as plans were finally revealed for the huge Adastral Park development at Martlesham Heath.

Rural businesses will need to embrace change if they are to thrive post-Brexit, a land expert has warned.

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Three new homes in Suffolk are among five design and build projects in the county shortlisted for the RIBA 2017 Regional Awards.

Rural business owners and farmers with diversified enterprises are being advised to check the implications of their business rate revaluation now, as some see rateable values double.

At Felixstowe there is something special on the market - The Q Tower, a Martello tower originally built to see off potential invaders, and now a special home still with commanding views of the bay and Felixstowe port.

English farmland values are more polarised than at any time in living memory, according to a land agent.

For some, a New Year means a new home – and there are plenty of homes on the market in Suffolk at the moment to satisfy most budgets.

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