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Plans to construct more than 30 new flats on a vacant town centre site have been withdrawn.
A number of family and affordable homes have been unveiled as part of a housing development project on the Norfolk and Suffolk border.
More than £23million has been pledged by a Suffolk council to turn eyesore sites into affordable homes.
House-building in parts of the region needs to more than double to meet targets - sparking major concerns about the potential impact on communities.
Work has started on the construction of 16 new homes as part of a £2 million project.
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.
A Norwich man saved himself hundreds of pounds after a shock realisation that he was the only one of the residents on his street paying "considerably" more council tax than his neighbours.