New images of plans to turn a town eyesore into brand new homes have been unveiled.
Community leaders in three villages have lodged strong objections to plans for 340 new homes and a £1million early years centre – amid growing concern over the huge growth of the area.
More than 100 new homes have been given the green light in a Suffolk village which is set to benefit from thousands of pounds of community funding from developers.
Good progress is being made to demolish one of the largest buildings in the area – with the work set to feature in a TV documentary.
The Red House - a “very special Grade II listed family home” near Woodbridge, has come on the market and could be yours for £1.5m.
A housing development for a small village in Suffolk has been granted outline planning permission after being opposed by many residents.
Ipswich Sports Club has put some of its land up for sale for new houses in a bid to upgrade the facilities at its Henley Road site.
This beautiful eight-bedroom manor in Bury St Edmunds is currently on the market with a guide price of £3.5million.
Plans for an 85-home estate alongside land for a new village hall and play area in Bacton have been approved.
Take a trip around this stunning property in Anglesea Road, on the market for £1.2million – and where Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was said to be a frequent visitor.
Councillors in Woodbridge have raised serious concerns about changes to East Suffolk Council’s local plan and the impact this could have on the town.
Plans for a controversial housing development which could see almost 300 homes built in a Suffolk village have been withdrawn amid mass local objection.
Plans to turn a Grade II listed village pub in Coddenham into a house have been submitted after attempts to sell the disused premises failed.
Construction work on a new 65-home estate in Haughley has got under way a year after plans were initially approved.
Whether it’s the unrivalled seaside views, the state-of-the-art style or the unique design, this five-bedroom home in Kessingland is certainly something special.
Catwalk star Claudia Schiffer and her movie director husband have scored a mini victory in a dispute with an East Anglian neighbour.
“Putting your house in order is the magic that creates a vibrant and happy life,” says Marie Kondo, renowned author and organising consultant. Isn’t it time you took her advice and whipped your house into shape this year?