A mini housing development of eight homes is planned behind Lloyds Bank buildings in the centre of Sudbury.

A scheme to build six bungalows near Sudbury has been given the go-ahead by planners.

From a manor house with its own airfield to an Elizabethan country home with a swimming pool and wine room – here are the most expensive Suffolk properties on Zoopla.

Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals – a move that some claim could “permanently destroy” the character of many communities.

Almost 3,000 home buyers in Suffolk have so far used the government’s Help to Buy scheme to buy a brand new home, new figures reveal.

This stunning and unique Suffolk five-bedroom home could be yours for £1.75million.

Struggling tenants facing eviction during the Covid-19 crisis could be saved by an expansion in the Suffolk Law Centre’s (SLC) Housing Legal Aid service.

Take a look inside these dream houses costing £1million-plus around Suffolk.

More than 150 new council homes are to be delivered in Babergh over the next three years, according to council chiefs – with 45 new affordable homes secured for Sudbury.

The demolition of an existing house and its outbuildings in one of Suffolk’s most historic villages has been given the go-ahead by planners.

The cheapest places to live in Suffolk are in Ipswich and Lowestoft, while the most expensive is in the heart of Constable Country, new figures reveal.

House prices in Suffolk have increased by nearly £100,000 in the past decade despite new figures showing that 2019 saw the lowest rise in seven years.

A key document which will prevent speculative developers from building unsuitable estates in Suffolk towns and villages will not be ready until the end of 2021 at the earliest, it has emerged.


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Plans for more than 1,000 homes on the edge of Sudbury have taken a massive step nearer to completion.

A plot of land with a boating lake and more than 4,000 trees has been put up for sale with plans to build a “Grand Designs” style home.

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Design changes to plans to renovate a former Post Office in Bury St Edmunds are set to be given the go-ahead next week.

A proposed storage site housing 87 containers on a Sudbury industrial estate has been refused despite insistence that the site would have minimal impact to the area.

A developer has submitted revised plans to West Suffolk Council for an ongoing housing development in Bury St Edmunds.

Revised plans to develop land on the edge of Boxford have been agreed despite public opposition – and work could begin within the next 18 months.

Ballingdon Hall provoked widespread attention in 1972 when its owners moved the manor half a mile up a hill – and now they have put it up for sale for £1.9 million so another family can enjoy the historic property.

Plans to demolish a barn at a Suffolk farm look set to go ahead despite initial concerns from environmental authorities about a “significant effect” on the surrounding natural habitat.

Relationship breakdowns and families looking to upsize are some of the reasons being cited for a surge in demand for rental properties.

Plans to build 100 homes in Acton, which were delayed earlier this year, have been given the green light.