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Getting your foot on the housing ladder in the East of England could cost an eye-watering £1.9m by the middle of this century, making it the most expensive region in the country to find your first home outside London, figures suggest.

A two year housing row ended this afternoon amid heavy criticism of developers and planners – and calls for cash as a “gesture of good will”.

A study into housing growth funded by Suffolk taxpayers has resulted in a report just 14 pages long and costing the equivalent of more than £4,700 per page.

Specialist retirement housebuilders McCarthy & Stone has revealed the first images of the new Tyfield Place development in the heart of Hadleigh.

If you are thinking about making home improvements it might be worth investigating how you can follow in the footsteps of Suffolk residents who received expert advice on popular TV shows.

In a major boost for househunters, Clarion Housing, the UK’s largest social landlord, is proviing 132 affordable homes in Elmswell.

A new vision for the riverside land beside Grafton Way in Ipswich has been published – with proposals for 173 new homes on the site.

A beautiful property which is believed to be one of the largest in the upmarket town of Southwold has been put up for sale.

What kind of property will around £300,000 buy you in East Anglia? What about a bungalow in Bury St Edmunds, an apartment in Ipswich or a penthouse in Colchester?

Developers behind rejected plans for 160 homes in Stowmarket dubbed the “worst case of speculative application to exploit for profit” have submitted a fresh bid to develop the land.

David Vincent visits the new Hopkine Homes development at Saxon Meadow, Capel St Mary.

There are fortunes to be made (and lost) in property development. Could you do it?

Property expert John Howard, the man behind the re-birth of the Winerack, will tell you how.

Old Felixstowe is set to be transformed with the creation of nearly 200 homes – and developers have released the first images of what the properties will look like.

An application for 149 new houses on the site of a disused chicken processing factory has been unanimously rejected by councillors who described the development as “unsustainable”.

Properties of the week

‘Historical caretakers’ have preserved the original radiators of a Victorian hospital to create a traditional feel to the new homes at Belgrove Place as we discovered when we took a sneaky peak inside the new properties.

Keen to live in an affordable brand-new home? Looking for a modern home within an easy commute of London? City Park West in Chelmsford is the answer – and ideal for first-time buyers taking their first steps towards home ownership.

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