Controversial plans to build hundreds of homes in Lakenheath which have been hampered by red tape for more than a year have finally been given the go ahead.
Plans to build 50 homes on a former middle school site are set to progress, following delays earlier in the year.
Construction is well underway on the redevelopment of a social housing scheme at Tayfen Road in Bury St Edmunds for Havebury Housing Partnership.
A Suffolk parish council has warned it will be forced to pursue legal action if applications for hundreds of new homes are approved this week.
Work on an expansion of more than 800 homes in Thurston has moved a step closer – with work set to begin early next year.
Development of 240 homes in Elmswell likened to “Cell Block H” have been delayed for a second time in a month.
Work is underway on a new housing development that will provide affordable homes for 350 people in Mildenhall.
Plans to build 240 homes in Elmswell have been deferred after the designs of the homes were likened to “Cell Block H” and “fit for Luton”.
They are small blood-sucking insects that come out at night, biting exposed skin and feeding on your blood. Bed bugs. The very name is enough to keep you awake at night.
Councils in West Suffolk have vowed to combat homelessness as a new five-year plan has been agreed.
A Suffolk park which was once the playground of kings is being offered up for sale with a guide price of £2.5m.
Landlords are being urged to start their preparation over changes to the licensing of houses in multiple occupation (HMO).
Plans for a controversial development in Sudbury have been delayed again after a legal challenge from objectors alleged that planning policies had been breached.
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Controversial plans to build 130 homes on land by Chilton Woods near Sudbury have been approved – despite existing approvals already exceeding the number laid out in the masterplan.
New Sudbury craft and gift shop is ducking the trend on the High Street.
Councillors in Suffolk have warned that Government proposals for a new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) will create a greater burden on local authorities.