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Four storey, nine room des res is going under the hammer

On the final day of our investigation into homelessness in Ipswich, Gemma Mitchell finds out about the night shelter that operates in the town during the winter months.

The Princess Royal officially opened a £3.1million affordable housing project in Bury St Edmunds today (December 1).

Seven homes contemporary homes are in the running for The RIBA House of the Year title

Housing developer Lovell is to start work in the New Year on a £10.9million development which will bring 56 new homes to a former warehouse site in Mendlesham.

Developers are ready to press ahead with plans for a significant number of “desperately-needed” affordable homes after the go-ahead was given for the project on an eight-acre site at Martlesham

Town leaders have roundly dismissed plans to turn part of an independent school into housing.

A special topping out ceremony was held by Robert Norman Construction of Framingham for a new property in the historic town of Lavenham in Suffolk.

The new build is for client architects Graham Stirk and Susan LeGood from London for a second home.

Saxmundham played host to property TV `royalty’ on Monday as Phil Spencer paid a visit to competition winning local estate agent, Flick & Son.

A senior councillor has said a ban on new-build second homes, as carried out in a Cornish seaside town, could be a good way of freeing up housing for people in Suffolk.

Villagers are mounting a strong campaign against proposals for 50 new homes – citing over-stretched health services, traffic worries, a paucity of shops, and not enough school places as reasons for refusal.

Campaigners in Martlesham look set for third time unlucky in their battle to preserve the countryside around their village – with planners recommending approval for 47 new homes.

Developers have stressed that plans to build three homes in a Suffolk village will not jeopardise the future of a 17th century pub on the same piece of land.

Petitioners have forced housing bosses to make a u-turn over plans to close a supported accommodation for young people in Ipswich.

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