Land at a site that has been the subject of a controversial planning application has been put up for sale for over £2 million.

The land, located at Victoria Mill Road in Framlingham, is up for offer on Rightmove with a price tag of £2,250,000.

In June, East Suffolk Council granted the outline planning application for 35 homes to be built on the land.

The development is to include 12 affordable homes, public open space that will include an equipped play and multi-use games area, landscaping and associated infrastructure.

These plans were criticised by Framlingham Town Council over the loss of land and the straightening and widening of Victoria Mill Road.

The plans were also criticised by MP Dr Dan Poulter who said that Framlingham's Neighbourhood Plan were ignored by East Suffolk Council in the planning decision.

Those that wish to buy the land must bid by Wednesday December 20, and offers should clearly state not only the sum offered, but the source of funding and timescales in which prospective purchasers would be able to exchange and complete on purchase.