More than 20 new affordable homes have been unveiled - with the first families now starting to move in.
Plans to flog unused land have been unveiled by one of Suffolk's biggest landholders, in a bid to tackle the county's housing crisis.
A planning application for the construction of 22 new homes has been submitted.
Plans to build a housing estate containing up to 190 homes have been approved - despite widespread objections from nearby residents and councils.
A rapturous reception greeted a planning committee's decision to vote down plans to turn several residential properties into supported housing.
A new housing estate of up to 190 homes looks set to be built - despite neighbours' fears their town will struggle to cope with a large increase in residents.
Plans to build 148 homes and a new primary school in a village that had drawn more than 250 objections have been withdrawn by developers.
A study into housing growth funded by Suffolk taxpayers has resulted in a report just 14 pages long and costing the equivalent of more than £4,700 per page.
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