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A section of the audience which packed the Welcome Hall at Trimley St Mary for the meeting to discuss proposals for new 650-plus homes in the twin villages.

Villagers packed a community hall to overflowing as they voiced their anger over proposals for hundreds of new homes which they fear could create a “new town”.

Brantham Industrial Estate

Plans to build 320 homes on the derelict Brantham Industrial Estate were given the green light by Babergh District Council’s planning committee this morning.

Archaeologists have opened trenches for investigative work at The Josselyns In Trimley St Mary

Archaeologists are to request a full excavation of a field where developers want to build 98 homes after finding evidence of landscape features dating back to prehistory.

Aldeburgh Moot Hall watched over by Snooks the town's second most famous statue

Communities in Suffolk with high proportions of second homes are unlikely to ban the holiday properties – fearing an impact on their economies.

The former Groove nightclub in Northgate Street, Ipswich.

It was once the life and soul of Ipswich’s party scene, but the former Groove nightclub now looks set to become a different kind of nightspot.

Anzani House

A charity has successfully used a Government-created loophole to avoid the perils of applying for planning permission to turn one of the region’s largest office blocks into 197 homes.

GV of the appeal site for 175 homes in Stowupland.

The character of a Suffolk village will be changed forever if a development for 175 homes goes ahead, a public inquiry has heard.

Neighbours objecting to the original proposed demolition of Woodbridge police station for housing

Plans to turn an empty police station into housing have been knocked back at the second time of asking.

Firefighters at the scene of a fire at The George, Wickham Market, in 2013

Fresh calls for answers as to the future of a medieval Suffolk pub have been issued after more than 200 people turned out to a public meeting on the matter last week.

A new range of grants have been made to local good causes.
The picture shows(L to R): James Hopkins, Annie Munson, Centre Manager of Bury Women’s Aid, and Selina Hopkins.

 James and Selina visted a number of causes throughout Suffolk last week, including the Bury Women’s Aid.

Could your local project benefit from a community grant?

Stowupland village sign

People in a Suffolk village have been assured their voices will be heard as part of an inquiry which will decide whether a 175-home development should be given the go ahead.

Early designs for the Melton Hill housing site in Woodbridge

Members of the public have been given a first glimpse at designs they helped create for a major new housing development.

East Bergholt residents Peter Dent and Paul Ireland along with Rolf Althen, Tony Brigden, Martin Cave, Barry Davison and Joyce Baker are unhappy about the proposed plans to build 144 new homes on an empty plot of land.

A parish council in the heart of Constable Country which disagreed with a planning decision made by Babergh District Council is asking for a judge to intervene.

A set of four minauture watecolours of Woodbridge scenes

Give your home a lift for Spring with an auction purchase

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.

Home improvement

Fika Range £5 - £16
Oliver Bonas

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.

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.

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