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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.

Proposals to build homes on a former hospital site look set to take a major step forward when they are brought before a committee next week.

More images are revealed of retirement housing scheme planned by McCarthy & Stone for the newspaper offices site in Ipswich town centre.

Developers who were refused planning permission to build new homes and a convenience store on the boundary of Woodbridge and Martlesham have submitted fresh proposals – but with less housing

Hopkins Homes’ executive chairman, James Hopkins, has welcomed a new report, commissioned by housing charity Shelter, which outlines that the government will be 266,000 homes shy of their one million homes by 2020 target, and suggests that regional housebuilders, like Hopkins Homes, could play a significant role in helping to prevent this.

A housing development of up to 2,000 homes could be built on the Middlewick Ranges near Colchester, after the Ministry of Defence announced plans to sell the site for housing.

Developers are expecting work to start on what critics have labelled a “new town” at Martlesham Heath next summer – with up to 240 new homes to be built every year.

Officials at Suffolk Coastal have assured an independent inquiry inspector that 7,900 homes earmarked for towns and villages in the district over the next 15 years will be built.

Proposals for 69 new homes on the edge of a growing Suffolk village are being recommended for approval despite strong objections.

Community leaders are pushing for the compulsory purchase of a fire damaged Suffolk pub to save it from being torn down.

A public exhibition will give local residents Ipswich residents the opportunity to view and comment on McCarthy and Stone’s preliminary proposals to redevelop land between Lower Brook Street and Turret Lane.

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