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The Walton North site at Felixstowe where a Tesco superstore was rejected and land has now been put forward for 385 homes.

Community leaders have given their backing to proposals for 385 new houses, despite concern over the project’s “serious flaws” and fear the developers were “wriggling out” of building affordable homes.

Suffolk Coastal District Council 's HQ will host the public sessions

People in east Suffolk will be able to give their views on specific sites allocated for 7,900 homes at the end of next month.

On the beach at Aldeburgh

Coastal towns in Suffolk and Essex are among the fastest-growing and most expensive seaside property markets in the UK, according to a new report.

Exhibition of proposals for 180 homes at Woods Lane in Melton

A district council’s attempt to overturn government approval for 180 new homes near Woodbridge has been thrown out of the High Court.

Theberton Grange

With Suffolk home to beautiful countryside and stunning beaches it is not a surprise some of our county’s properties are often hot commodities.

The viaduct in Spring road is protected in the Ipswich Local List.

Eight buildings in Ipswich have been added to the town’s Local List, offering them more protection from demolition and safeguarding their futures.

The former Aldeburgh Brickworks site could be turned into new homes.

Controversial proposals to build 43 new homes at a former brickworks and claypit quarry could be rejected because the development will not provide the type of homes Aldeburgh needs.

Framlingham's former police station.

A charity’s proposals to build six almshouses on the site of a former Suffolk police station have won the backing of community leaders – despite fears over their impact on local leisure services.

Chief executive Richard Neall with other members of the management tream at One Group Construction.

Good results for Jackson Civil Engineering and SEH French in 2015

Exhibition showing plans for 560 homes, shops, care and community facilities to be built on countryside in Gulpher Road on the edge of Felixstowe.

A planning inquiry into proposals for 560 new homes on the edge of Felixstowe is to take place this September.

Fairfield Road, Framlingha, where new housing was approved by the Planning Inspector.

Thousands of Suffolk homes could be approved against community wishes after fears were raised that poor performing planning authorities face having their powers bypassed by government.

Duncan Innes, Regional Development Director of Crest Nicholson at the Henley Gate exhibition at Ipswich Sport Club talk to visitors.

A formal planning application for the first phase of development of the Northern Fringe – or Ipswich Garden Suburb – has been submitted by developers Crest Nicholson.

Gold medals depicting Winston Churchill

Buyers from across the UK - the USA, Italy and India

Archaeologists' investigative work at The Josselyns In Trimley St Mary

Archaeologists have discovered that a field where developers want to build nearly 100 homes has been lived and worked on since prehistoric times.

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.

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Adding plants to your home interior can help lift not only the décor, but also your mood, writes Amy Gallivan

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