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Fairfield Road, Framlingha, where new housing was approved by the Planning Inspector.

Thousands of Suffolk homes could be approved against community wishes after fears were raised that poor performing planning authorities face having their powers bypassed by government.

Duncan Innes, Regional Development Director of Crest Nicholson at the Henley Gate exhibition at Ipswich Sport Club talk to visitors.

A formal planning application for the first phase of development of the Northern Fringe – or Ipswich Garden Suburb – has been submitted by developers Crest Nicholson.

Gold medals depicting Winston Churchill

Buyers from across the UK - the USA, Italy and India

Archaeologists' investigative work at The Josselyns In Trimley St Mary

Archaeologists have discovered that a field where developers want to build nearly 100 homes has been lived and worked on since prehistoric times.

The Ipswich Foyer in Star Lane.

The woman who started a petition to save the Ipswich Foyer has said she is “overwhelmed” by the public’s response.

Documents identifying sites for future homes in east Suffolk have been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate

An inquiry into sites identified for more than 7,900 homes to be built in east Suffolk over the next decade will most likely take place this autumn.

The site of the proposed new houses at Ravenswood, Ipswich.

Homeowners in Ravenswood have backed the government’s decision to block plans to build 94 affordable homes in Ipswich.

The site of the proposed new houses at Ravenswood, Ipswich.

The Government has “astonishingly” turned down plans for 94 affordable homes in Ipswich.

House prices rise in region.

House prices in the region have soared by more than the national average over the past year, government figures have revealed.

Oakley House

Millions of pounds are spent on flats and houses each month – and Suffolk has it’s fair share of expensive properties.

Neighbours pictured objecting to the previously proposed demolition of Woodbridge police station for housing.

Housing proposals for a Suffolk town’s former police station have been turned down for the second time after concerns were raised about their “squashed” design and the feared effect on traffic.

The land at Bell Lane, Kesgrave

Proposals for 300 new homes in a Suffolk town faced with a “seemingly never-ending stream” of developments were narrowly rejected yesterday – despite warnings that an appeal would be almost impossible to defend.

The view, from The Josselyns, of one of the proposed development  areas in Trimley St Mary. Credit: Richard Snasdell

A Suffolk village said to be “under siege” from developers will be the subject of a site visit determining plans for a possible 98 new homes.

developer John Howard

New homes plan revealed for EADT and Ipswich Star newspaper offices site in heart of Ipswich.

Properties of the week

Jermyn Cottage, Rushbrooke

If you’re looking for a little project - no major renovations required, perhaps the chance to operate a business from home - then this former almshouse could be just the ticket.

31 Warrington Road, Ipswich

Snap-up this very nicely appointed family home, close to Christchurch Park and Ipswich School, on the market for £625,000.

Watering Pond in Aldeburgh

Here we bring you the 10 most expensive homes sold in Suffolk in January - including this house in Aldeburgh which sold for more than £1m.

Hill Farm Barn, Rushmere St Andrew

This striking Suffolk barn conversion is in a tucked-away rural setting, on the edge of Rushmere St Andrew, yet convenient for the county town of Ipswich and for east Suffolk.

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Adding plants to your home interior can help lift not only the décor, but also your mood, writes Amy Gallivan

Ellen Widdup interiors feature - woodburners

January can be a miserable month. Christmas is over, the days are dark and the cold is setting in.

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