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As villagers in the Suffolk birthplace of John Constable consider defecting to Essex to fight 144 houses, they have been warned the grass may not be greener.

Proposals for a 560-plus home development in countryside on the edge of Felixstowe have been delayed by the general election.

As the prospect of Suffolk losing a key slice of Constable country to Essex rears its head, the chief executive of the council under threat has intervened.

A Regency mansion, which was once home to the wealthy Courtauld family, has been put up for sale - and is already attracting a lot of interest.

A planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave has stalled after it was ruled that a key report on housing needs in Suffolk was needed for a fair decision to be made.

A Constable country village “under siege” from housing developers is considering divorcing Suffolk and joining Essex to fight back against development.

A planning inquiry into proposals to build 300 homes in Kesgrave has stalled after it was ruled that a key report on housing needs in Suffolk was needed for a fair decision to be made.

Many dream of having their own private cinema but behind the doors of a £1.45m Bury St Edmunds home this is exactly what you will find – along with a roof garden and an underground car park

Community leaders have rejected a developer’s pleas to halve the number of affordable homes required on a new estate.

Landowners Trinity College, Cambridge, want to halve the amount of affordable housing they are required to build as part of a new 385-home estate on the edge of Felixstowe.

Housing developer Bloor Homes has bought the Woods Lane site at Melton, where it plans to start work on 180 new properties this summer once details have been approved by Suffolk Coastal council.

Bloor Homes announces plans for 180 new homes north of Woods Lane, Melton

A planning inspector has turned down an appeal against refusal for housing at the border of Martlesham and Woodbridge.

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