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Plans to transform the empty Cavendish Hotel on Felixstowe’s seafront into homes and commercial units have been given the go-ahead once planners secure financial agreements for affordable housing.

Controversial plans to create 100 homes on the former Suffolk Coastal District Council offices in Melton have been given the go-ahead after a narrow vote by planning committee.

Councillors in Suffolk have warned that Government proposals for a new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) will create a greater burden on local authorities.

Locals authorities are preparing to crack down on homelessness in Babergh and Mid Suffolk as a new government act dedicated to cut down on rough sleeping comes into force this month.

Dates for a fresh planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave have been confirmed, after the Government admitted last year’s inquiry made errors.

Controversial homes branded by opponents as looking like “cheese wedges” are set to get the final go-ahead this week – after the Government decided not to call in the project.

Work on developing the Chilton Woods area on the edge of Sudbury could start within weeks if Suffolk County Council’s cabinet backs a proposal to start selling land for the scheme.

Plans to build 100 homes in Stowupland have been given the go ahead – but proposals for 50 homes on the former Bacton Middle School site have been deferred.

Community leaders have backed outline plans for nearly 2,000 homes on Ipswich’s northern fringe – with the final decision expected to be made later this year by a senior council officer.

Development for the Ipswich Northern Fringe is set to take a step closer on Wednesday as outline plans for nearly 2,000 homes are expected to be approved.

Councils will be handed powers to levy additional charges on homes standing empty for two years or more.

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Reach Community Projects named Hopkins Homes’ Suffolk Charity of the Year and handed £7,000 prize.

Suffolk Coastal’s planning committee has rejected controversial plans to build 290 homes in Rendlesham – with one councillor saying it was the committee’s duty to protect against “predatory developers”.

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