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Villagers fighting to stop major development in the countryside are rallying to raise funds for a barrister to go head-to-head with the landowners’ lawyers.
An attempt to stop two new homes being built on a small patch of land in a Suffolk village looks set to fail - after planners recommended that the houses be given the go-ahead.
The long-awaited Ipswich Winerack development is on track for completion at the end of the year, say the developers as the prepare to open their first show apartment.
A community being inundated with applications for hundreds of homes has expressed relief after one set of proposals was turned down.
Nearly a quarter of a century after it called last orders, the site of an Ipswich pub is set to be redeveloped into a riverside housing development.
A picturesque 17th century cottage could be a sailor’s dream home, overlooking the River Orwell and just a short stroll from the Butt & Oyster pub.
A building in an Ipswich street could be demolished to make way for five new homes - despite neighbours’ fears about parking.
Developing a joint plan for future development across a large part of Suffolk is “top of the list” for two new councils, leaders have said – with a first draft expected to be revealed this summer.
A stunning grade II listed building in the heart of Aldeburgh has gone on the market - offering sea views, a swimming pool, seven bedrooms and even its own wine cellar.
For Kelly Calver and and Adam Mayhew a new-build home was the dream. Kelly had bought her previous home with her dad, a builder, and lived through months of renovation work complete with noise, dust and cold draughts.
A former Ipswich care home deemed “not fit for purpose” could be turned into accommodation for growing numbers of University of Suffolk students.
It could be the bargain of the year - a Georgian Suffolk manor house which has 15 bedrooms and six bathrooms, on sale with an asking price of just £750,000.
Transforming a house into 14 flats could “destroy” a quiet corner of Christchurch Park, residents fear - despite a developer’s assurance it would not affect the area.
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