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As a full a planning application has been submitted for the former Tooks Bakery site off Old Norwich Road earlier this week, we are inviting readers to share their thoughts of the planned development.

More details of a planned 60-home housing development on the former Tooks Bakery site in Ipswich have been unveiled – with more than two thirds of the development set to be affordable housing.

Ipswich house prices have soared by 11.6% in a year, with investment in retail, improving transport and growing employment opportunities making the town increasingly attractive, according to estate agents.

Suffolk County Council will not back the Ipswich northern fringe proposals until much more work has been done on transport, drainage, and education issues, its cabinet has decided.

Thousands of homes are standing empty in Suffolk and north Essex at a time when many communities in the region are fighting against new housing developments.

Developers soaked up stunning views across the river in Woodbridge yesterday, as the structural phase of a £10 million regeneration project reached a major milestone.

Housebuilder invites local children to see archaelogical dig on site

A community leader has made an impassioned plea for a precious area of countryside where 560 homes could be built to be saved from the developers’ bulldozers.

Building a massive new estate in open countryside on the edge of Felixstowe would bring more benefits than the harm it would cause, according to the developers.

Using top-grade farmland for more than 560 homes would provide an “illogical extension” to a Suffolk resort and ruin its only area of countryside, a planning inquiry was told yesterday.

Just months after agreeing where thousands of new homes will be built over the next decade, community leaders are now faced with finding sites for even more in the following years.

Four homes in Suffolk sold for more than £1million in July.

They say an Englishman’s home is his castle but rarely could the saying be more accurately applied than in the case of this Suffolk citadel.

A Suffolk teenager is preparing to study for his dream job after a supported housing scheme saved him from homelessness and helped him get the grades needed for university.

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