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Plans to establish a country park at Foxhall Road landfill site near Ipswich are set to be pushed back for at least another 17 years it has emerged.
Protestors and two Suffolk councils joined forces in calling for more information from EDF on its proposals to build a new multi-million pound nuclear power plant at Sizewell.
A Woodbridge garden centre is planning to re-open a woodland walk on its site later this year.
Cash-strapped councils in Suffolk and Essex have sold off millions of pounds' worth of assets including schools, care homes, farms and community buildings.
A six-figure sum of taxpayers' money has been spent on security at a Suffolk council's old headquarters amid growing concerns about its stalled redevelopment.
Suffolk councils say they remain 'deeply concerned' about the impact of proposed wind farm schemes off its coast, and the 'lack of co-ordination' with other planned energy projects.
A new development of self-build and custom homes is being proposed for a site in Melton.
Retailers Travis Perkins have been granted permission to create a new building yard at Martlesham Heath Business Park.
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".
The Jetty Lane Youth and Arts Centre is set to be approved by Suffolk Coastal District Council when it goes in front of the planning committee next week.
It's famous for its wealth of history, but councillors have been eyeing up a rather modern idea for the market town of Framlingham - likely to set it apart from the average Anglo-Saxon settlement.
Residents of a controversial new housing estate claim the criticisms of their development have been "wildly exaggerated".
Every property in a controversial Suffolk housing development was built in the wrong location, according to leaked documents.
Suffolk Coastal District Council has apologised over delays in the rollout of its new larger green bins, amid soaring complaints over garden waste changes.
The future of the controversial Melton Hill 'cheese wedge' development now lies in the hands of the developers, as planners await their next step.
Plans to build a £3million new youth and arts centre have been met with serious objections.
At least we didn't need a lip-reader in this case - it was very clear what deputy leader of Suffolk Coastal District Council, Geoff Holdcroft, said.
A plan for thousands of new homes and jobs in east Suffolk won council backing last night - despite being branded "perverse" and facing jeers from the audience.
Councils in Suffolk reported more than 300 data breaches in 2018 - a third more than in 2017 - potentially exposing personal details of thousands of residents in the county.
In the latest of our series in celebrating community heroes we spoke to The Wildlife Gadget Man, Jason Alexander about his work helping to fight plastic waste across the county.
Scores of demonstrators took to the streets in Felixstowe yesterday to protest a proposal to transform 300 acres of nearby farmland into a business park.
Developers behind a controversial housing development in Framlingham have said that lessons have been learnt after a "catalogue of errors" resulted in dozens of homes being built incorrectly.
Controversial plans for 100 homes in Melton likened to "cheese wedges" by critics have been refused planning permission in the latest twist of the long-running saga.
A proposal to create 100 new homes on the site of former council offices looks set to be refused.
Developers behind divisive plans to build 2,700 homes to the east of Ipswich have said a 'garden village' style development is the key to Suffolk's housing needs instead of extending small market towns.
Suffolk council chiefs have been accused of playing "backdoor politics" to push through proposals for a massive substation in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
A developer's proposals for a new community with thousands of homes to the east of Ipswich are not part of a future vision for the area, council officials are insisting.
A new scheme to help prevent bed blocking in Suffolk is set to get the green light this month.
Fresh plans for the Homebase store in Warren Heath has raised questions over the future of the site after confirmation the store would be one that is closing.
Runners have raised £2,600 to support servicemen and women during an inaugural race through a Suffolk forest.