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Proposals to demolish a former animal welfare centre and replace it with new homes have generated opposition from worried neighbours.

Vote opens for a Suffolk charitiesto get a boost from Hopkins Homes community fund.

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Plans have been lodged to knock down a derelict former pub in Ipswich and give the land a new lease of life as flats.

Heritage watchdog the Suffolk Preservation Society has today repeated its concerns about development proposals in the county as more planning applications are lodged in villages and towns.

Councillors have made an impassioned plea to people in Kesgrave to have their say on the future of the town, before it is “lost” and “decided by those who don’t live in Kesgrave”.

Suffolk is facing a explosion in the number of homes being built in the county over the next two decades – and while much of the attention has been focussed on the county’s historic market towns, villages are also preparing for battle.

A rescheduled planning inquiry into 300 homes off Bell Lane in Kesgrave is set to take place in late spring or early summer.

Proposals to build more than 300 homes to “close the gap” between Ipswich and Claydon have been turned down by Mid Suffolk’s planning committee.

Suffolk Spartans powerlifting club is bidding for £200,000 in national competition finals.

A review into sheltered housing schemes across Ipswich will take place this year, as more and more people choose to continue living at home.

A dozen new homes are on the way at the former St Leonard’s Hospital site in Sudbury, Suffolk.


Fresh questions have been raised over plans to develop homes off Bell Lane and Foxhall Road in Kesgrave, as forecasts suggest even a small development could generate 18,000 traffic movements a day.

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