Plans for 18 new homes in a Suffolk village, as well the extension of a cemetery and new school car parking will be discussed next week.

The application for land on the south east side of Church Road, Stowupland, will come before Mid Suffolk District Council's planning committee on June 21.

If approved, of the 18 proposed houses, six of these will be affordable or starter homes.

An outline planning application has already been granted.

Along with the houses, car parking for staff of the Holy Trinity Church and Freeman Primary School will also be created, along with a crossing point from the car park to the school or church.

The car park will have space for 16 bays and will be used only by staff.

For the houses, 12 garages are proposed, with secure cycle storage being put forward.

The cemetery extension is proposed to be seeded with clay soils meadow mixture containing a mixture of 19 native wildflower species and 6 grass species.

The latest application also includes the installation of Electric Vehicle charging points.