Plans have been unveiled to bring up to 20 council sites forward for housing developments - with nearly £11 million pledged to kick start the scheme.
A town centre warehouse could be demolished to make way for three new homes.
Fears are being voiced that redevelopment plans for Southwold police station could result in more holiday homes instead of the badly needed affordable housing the town needs.
This map shows the sites across Suffolk and north Essex where councils want to build more than 85,000 homes in the coming decades.
Up to 750 new affordable homes are set to be provided in east Suffolk over the next three years.
More than 20 new homes look set to be built on a vacant site when the scheme is voted on this week.
A police station in a Suffolk seaside town may be demolished with flats and houses built in its place, according to new proposals.
If you like your home to be filled with natural light, you need look no further than this landmark property situated in Reydon close to Southwold.