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Controversial proposals to turn part of an independent Suffolk school into homes, but also create new sporting facilities, look set to receive the go-ahead from community leaders.

The National Federation of Builders has launched its 2017 ‘Stay Safe’ poster competition for children.

Housebuilding giant Persimmon has notched up a healthy rise in full-year profit as it pointed to a “confident” housing market, despite concerns over Brexit.

Plans for 300 houses in a mid Suffolk parish have prompted a series of objections from residents and organisations, with claims a golden opportunity to alleviate traffic congestion in Stowmarket is being missed.

Plans for 143 houses in Stowupland have prompted angry objections from residents, with claims the village just outside Stowmarket can not cope with any more houses.

Average house prices rose by more than 10% across Suffolk last year, according to new figures – with Ipswich experiencing the county’s sharpest increase of 13.3%

Proposals for the first phase of Ipswich’s Garden Suburb development – 1,100 new homes – have been given the go-ahead.

Developers have won permission to convert an empty Suffolk police station into new homes at the third time of asking.

Suffolk is a beautiful place to live – and this reflects on some of the prices attached to the county’s top homes.

The first phase of the Ipswich Garden Suburb development on the northern fringe of the town is set to be given planning permission this week.

Every week there seems to be a new proposal come up for more homes to be built in Ipswich town centre – some large developments, some small scale conversions.

Ambitious proposals to build more than 250 homes along with a three-star hotel, restaurants on the site previously earmarked for Tesco in central Ipswich have been shown off in the town.

Spontaneous applause broke out at the end of a planning meeting which saw retirement homes proposed for a derelict site in Hadleigh given the green light.

The aspiration of owning your own home is becoming is becoming an increasingly distant dream for thousands of people across the region.

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Rural business owners and farmers with diversified enterprises are being advised to check the implications of their business rate revaluation now, as some see rateable values double.

At Felixstowe there is something special on the market - The Q Tower, a Martello tower originally built to see off potential invaders, and now a special home still with commanding views of the bay and Felixstowe port.

English farmland values are more polarised than at any time in living memory, according to a land agent.

For some, a New Year means a new home – and there are plenty of homes on the market in Suffolk at the moment to satisfy most budgets.

Suffolk can be a hotspot for expensive properties, with it’s stunning locations, historic towns and transport links to London.

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