Can you see yourself living in this beautiful seven-storey water tower in the heart of Suffolk?

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.

Campaigners have launched a fight to head off plans for up to 150 homes in 'Gainsborough Country' in Suffolk.

New plans to demolish the former Conservative Club in Sudbury are being opposed by the town's civic society.

An elegant home with its own swimming pool and garden studio, in a sought-after Suffolk village, could be yours for £1,125,000.

Almost 40 of the region's neighbourhoods are among the most deprived in England - with some sitting alongside areas of great wealth.

New plans to redevelop the site of the former Conservative club and Victoria Hall in Sudbury are about to be unveiled.

Talks are set to begin between two councils and a building firm to create a new business that will combat falling tenant satisfaction with repairs.

Talks over a new long term lease on sheltered housing in Babergh are to take place in a move council chiefs claim will provide a better service for tenants.

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.


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