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Land agents are expecting the ongoing effects of the fall in Sterling to lift confidence as a highly productive parcel of farmland near Debenham is offered up for let.

A Victorian hospital building will be retained by developers as they convert the former Sudbury landmark into 12 news flats and houses.

Housebuilder David Wilson Homes is planning to build nearly 200 new homes for the edge of Bury St Edmunds.

Developers behind plans for a new garden community in north Essex have revealed their preferred choice of a new route for a dualled A120.

Each month in Suffolk homes change hands for many hundreds of thousands of pounds – sometimes millions.

With the nation’s house-building agenda in the spotlight, an East Anglian planning expert has emphasised the importance of “good development” – marrying homes to appropriate infrastructure – in new projects.

A Suffolk planning authority, whose historic shortcomings have left it vulnerable to developers, appears to have strengthened its position – to the delight of council chiefs.

Land occupied by a derelict police station is set to be auctioned off weeks after permission was granted for its conversion into homes.

For more than 150 years, it was at the heart of Ipswich’s milling business – but now one of the last surviving parts of the former Cranfield’s site is getting a new lease of life.

Multimillion-pound improvements to an independent Suffolk school have been put on hold after questions were raised about the on-site housing development needed to fund the project.

It should read like a story by Sheep-Pig author Dick King-Smith, but a Bury St Edmunds family worry the tale of their pet pig may not have such a happy ending.

A £13million riverside development reached another milestone as an almost 80ft-long floodgate was given a ‘dry run’.

Opponents of proposals to turn an infant school into housing will have to convince councillors to go against the advice of officers.

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