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Residents concerned at proposals for a massive substation will get longer to air their views after a new consultation was added in the wake of widespread fears of the project’s impact.
Proposals to extend a car park into “one of Britain’s most iconic sites” have prompted a community backlash.
A drop-in session held to highlight concerns about the possible development on a historic Suffolk site was attended by more than 100 people.
The multimillion pound transformation of a Suffolk a leisure centre into a “modern exciting facility” has begun.
Residents of a new housing estate in Framlingham have been left stunned after getting letters from the local council warning them that their homes don’t have full planning permission.
Suffolk-based architects and technologists Plaice Design Co Ltd have submitted a planning application for a new £1.5m Village Hall and Archive Centre in Wickham Market, to Suffolk Coastal Council.
Staff from accountancy business Oxlade & Bond are enjoying a new chapter in modern offices just outside Woodbridge.
A Suffolk village has unveiled its newly refurbished children’s playground following a “fantastic community project” to raise more than £30,000.
A Suffolk planning chief has sought to counter concerns there is a “desperate” rush to build new homes in small villages.
Some 45 public objections have been lodged about Active Urban Woodbridge Ltd’s (AUWL) recently revised application to build 100 homes at Suffolk Coastal District Council’s old offices in Melton Hill – with one supporting comment.
A public meeting is being held to discuss proposals for 800 new homes which critics claim will “destroy” part of Suffolk forever.
Concerns have been raised about a proposed gym which could be opened in Melton.
Expansion plans at a Suffolk chicken farm have come under fire from local residents.
English Heritage has unveiled plans of how it hopes to preserve the future of Orford Castle.
Work transforming a Suffolk leisure centre into an “exciting, modern facility” is set to begin within days.
Safety experts have halted proposals to tackle a Suffolk seaside rat infestation by using poisoned gas pellets.
Attempts to halve the number of affordable homes included in the redevelopment of a Suffolk council’s former headquarters have been met with anger.
Nominations are being sought to fill a council seat left vacant following the death of “one of nature’s gentlemen”.
A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of judging public toilets for excellence and, at the other end of the scale, for ghastliness. The best and worst were awarded Boggies.
New options are being looked at to deal with recent rat problems in Felixstowe.
Developers behind plans to build 290 homes in Rendlesham which were dismissed by Suffolk Coastal as “predatory” have appealed the decision.
Work has begun on two new occupiers filling an empty store in Beardmore Park – but mystery still surrounds one of the new companies.
An environmental group operating in a Suffolk seaside town has hit out against recent criticisms about mess and rodent infestations.
The exciting proposal has been drawn up by Suffolk Coastal council – and plans have already been submitted for approval.
Uncertainty surrounds the future of a controversial housing project today – after developers withdrew their application for 100 new homes to replace vacant council offices in Woodbridge.
Developers seeking to build new homes in an around historic Framlingham must be forced to pay for the construction of more parking spaces in the town centre.
A Suffolk council which switched to charging for brown bin collections in May has collected more than £1.2million since it was introduced.
Sex offenders nearing the end of their sentences will be housed in a Suffolk open prison for the first time, posing concerns for those living nearby.
Melton Parish Council is coming home after it agreed to spend £425,000 on a new base in the village.
A pub-goer has criticised those complaining about its live music nights saying they are trying to “spoil things for the majority”.
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