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An artist's impression of the street scene at Wolsey Grange.

Plans for hundreds of homes on the outskirts of Ipswich have been approved – despite being shot down at a previous meeting.

New homes on the edge of Woodbridge could have a 'major impact' on the town's riverscape.

Proposals for 215 new homes on the edge of the town will have a “major impact” on the its historic riverscape, claim objectors.

Local campaigners  gather in silent protest against the prospective development of rushmere memorial woodland and small holding

A site registered as an asset of community value last year faces losing the status already after a High Court battle against housing plans was rejected.

Members of the Leiston Works Railway Trust attempting to clear the track on part of a disused line

It’s been more than 40 years since trains last ran to and from the engineering works in Leiston.

Shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds  visited Bader Close council house scheme in Ipswich with local Labour party officials. L-R John Mowles, David Ellesmere, Emma Reynolds MP, Chris Thorogood (site manager).

The final part of our housing investigation looks at possible solutions to the shortage in affordable homes.

Visitors at the affordable homes open session in Aldeburgh.

The prospect of new affordable homes in Aldeburgh has generated great interest – with people flocking to a special drop-in session today to find out more.

A shortage of housing is said to have caused prices to rise

Yesterday, we looked at the growing gap between earnings and house prices and the difficulties faced by first time buyers, today’s housing feature looks at the cause of the housing crisis.

An appeal has been lodged over refusal of Christchurch Land and Estates' proposals for 560 homes on 77 acres of the Gulpher Road area of Felixstowe.

Community leaders have pledged to fight proposals for 560 new homes on the edge of Felixstowe – labelling the project “fundamentally flawed”.

House prices have risen in Suffolk and Essex

After yesterday’s report on Suffolk’s 15,000 homes shortfall we look at the problems facing the region’s first-time buyers.

The view across from Brick Lane to Framlingham where you can see Framlingham College (l to r) St Michaels Church and Framlingham Castle.

This is the view of three of Framlingham’s heritage assets which could be lost if a 163-home housing development is given the green light on appeal, it is claimed.

Housing shortage predicted in Suffolk

Concerns were raised last night as a new report warned that Suffolk is heading for a shortfall of 15,000 homes by 2026.

Lancaster House is the last remaining property for sale at Amberfield after the sale of Devonshire House in November

A five-bedroom family home built on the site of the former Amberfield girls school at Nacton has sold for £875,000, latest figures from the Land Registry reveal.

The rail bridge and crossing gates on the A137 at Manningtree.  Picture: Jerry Turner

Calls have been made for traffic problems around the railway crossing at Manningtree to be tackled as part of a major development scheme in Brantham.

The Crown pub on Felixstowe Road, Ipswich whisch is set to be turned into housing.

The former Crown pub in Felixstowe Road has been saved from the threat of demolition after planning permission was granted to turn the existing building into new homes.

Properties of the week

Wood Hall, Little Waldingfield

This outstanding country house is a Grade II listed former rectory, set in its own gardens in Little Waldingfield near the market town of Sudbury.

How much does your road name add to your property value?

Homes with the words Warren or Chase in their address tend to be the most expensive, according to analysis of common street names.

Goodlands Farm, Raydon

Goodlands Farm is an extended, former farmhouse set within its own gardens and grounds on the outskirts of the village of Raydon, near Hadleigh, and it could be yours for a cool £1.795m.

Oakley House, Aldeburgh

Oakley House, a stunning seafront property, providing spacious accommodation in the heart of Aldeburgh, has come on the market.

Home improvement

Ellen Widdup interiors feature - woodburners

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

Gold and glossy cream carved royal queen bedstead with headboard from Touched Interiors

Gold. A colour that is adored by celebrities and royalty and a favourite come Christmas time.

Hot Pink Linear kitchen from Harvey Jones

For many the idea of a pink decorating scheme conjures up images of a Barbie dream-house style nightmare. But this autumn, designers are embracing the shade as something that should no longer be confined to little girls’ bedrooms.

Herringbone Ash textured self adhesive wallpaper by Tempaper

Home ownership is at its lowest level for 25 years but just because Generation Rent don’t have a mortgage, does not mean they don’t care what their living space looks like. Here Ellen Widdup, who rented for more than a decade, looks at how to add the personal touch without upsetting the landlord.

Ball string lights from www.aspace.co.uk

While the chill of winter can leave the best of us feeling blue, the world of fashion adores the colour.

Gorse Hill, Aldeburgh project

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside … so when the opportunity arose for Sara and Toby Newton to snap up a sea view at Gorse Hill in Aldeburgh they grabbed it with both hands.

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