Plans have been unveiled to bring up to 20 council sites forward for housing developments - with nearly £11 million pledged to kick start the scheme.
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A historical Suffolk home which shot to fame after appearing in the Harry Potter franchise is now available for getaways with Airbnb.
Designs for 98 homes which are due to be built in a rural Suffolk village have be released after a £5m plot of land was sold to developers.
Plans to build 41 new homes on the former Needham Market Middle School site have been given the go ahead despite concerns raised by neighbours over the suitability of the site.
Plans to create dozens of retirement apartments in the centre of Bury St Edmunds are being recommended for approval.
Communities doubling in size to meet housing targets have blamed the planning system for inflicting unsustainable growth upon them.
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Suffolk County Council - one of Suffolk's largest landowners - has outlined its vision for utilising vacant land for housing and which could include much needed bungalow and small family home developments.
A multi-million pound plot of land in a Suffolk village with permission to build nearly 100 new homes is for sale for £5 million.
It is a quandary that has faced Suffolk for decades - how do you build more homes, yet make them affordable to those who need them?
Long-delayed plans for 375 homes in Lakenheath are set to get a fresh decision on planning permission on Wednesday.
Proposals to give the old Post Office in Bury St Edmunds a new lease of life as flats are set to be approved next week.
Suffolk's roads saw a car crash every six hours in 2018 - with almost 1,500 collisions across the county.
Homeless deaths are rising in Suffolk and north Essex, with 28 people dying in the last five years.
Hadleigh Corn Exchange, where local farmers and merchants would haggle over the price of grain, is getting a new use.
Uncertainty over Brexit is taking its toll on sales of niche homes in Lavenham, leading independent estate agent Tim West of Sworders has said.
A village community is "delighted" a Government representative has dismissed a developer's appeal for new homes after agreeing they would "harm" the appearance of the area.
A major new estate of 170 homes has moved a step closer after outline plans were given the green light.
Claims by two Suffolk councils that they now have a five year housing land supply have been described as "too little too late".
Fresh controversy has emerged over a £66,000 report on housing in Suffolk after it emerged a think tank commissioned to do the work had gone into administration just days before the publication.
Pubs, post offices, schools, buses, libraries, markets - villages in Suffolk are booming as a new survival guide is launched to revive rural communities.