Mid Suffolk District Council

Campaigners against the vast expansion of two villages near Ipswich are saying "enough is enough" as plans for more new homes in the area are submitted.

This is what Suffolk FA's brand new headquarters could look like if a vision to build a new state-of-the-art 3G football pitch and community facility get the go-ahead.

A former bank in Stowmarket is set for a new lease of life as a community hub for entertainment after it was taken over by the world-famous John Peel Centre.

Fears over speculative developers building unwanted homes in Mid Suffolk have been stemmed after the council confirmed it has regained a five-year land supply.

A Stowmarket museum is celebrating after being awarded a total of £50,000 in grants to support plans for an ambitious transformation over the next ten years.

Two mid Suffolk communities have become the latest to celebrate the approval of their Neighbourhood Plans - in a move that will help inform future development for the next two decades.

Almost 200 holiday park tenants have been left without a permanent home after being told they can no longer stay at the Suffolk site all year round.

A bobsleigher from Ipswich, who represented Great Britain at four Winter Olympic Games, has backed the latest plans to build an indoor snow park at Great Blakenham, saying it could give future Olympic-hopefuls a chance to develop their talents.

A Suffolk MP has reassured concerned residents that plans to build a massive snow park in the Suffolk countryside are still unlikely to go ahead - despite a complete planning application being recommended for approval.

Latest plans for an indoor snow park at Great Blakenham suggest it could be complete by 2023, it has been revealed.

Cash-strapped councils in Suffolk and Essex have sold off millions of pounds' worth of assets including schools, care homes, farms and community buildings.

A £2million pot of cash has been formed by council bosses in Suffolk to fund growth projects across the county.

Work on two redundant sites in Needham Market is to begin in the next 18 months as planners have given the green light for more than 130 homes.

Calls to withdraw millions of pounds from commercial and retail property outside Suffolk have been rejected, as budget plans were given the green light.

A 57-year-old lorry driver who was responsible for the largest incident of fly-tipping in Suffolk has been jailed for 15 months.

Calls have been made for controversial out-of-county investments in commercial and retail property to be sold and the money pumped into housebuilding in mid Suffolk, ahead of a fresh budget debate this week.

A herbs and spices farm in a village near Eye is hoping to build a brand new factory complex spanning 30,000sqm - a move which could create dozens of new jobs.

Developers behind rejected plans for 160 homes in Stowmarket dubbed the "worst case of speculative application to exploit for profit" have submitted a fresh bid to develop the land.

A successful scheme which gifted free fruit trees to newborns last year is set to continue for another year.

Three sites accommodating up to 316 homes are now set to be earmarked for future development following the referendum on the village's neighbourhood plan at Dove Cottage polling station on Thursday, which more than 1,000 villagers turned out for.

A new Great Run Local event was launched in Walsham-le-Willows at the weekend with runners of all ages taking part.

A decision on plans for 70 homes in Stowupland have been deferred as a result of progress with neighbourhood plans.

Plans to build 45 homes in Woolpit have been refused amid concerns over pedestrian and highway safety.

Developers at the former Fisons fertiliser factory in Bramford have been issued with court order to make the site safer amid concerns over its security.

Hundreds of small Suffolk businesses could be about to get a rate relief boost in a move designed to support the High Street.

Suffolk Highways has rebuffed claims that its responses to planning applications are not carried out properly, following concerns over a housing proposal in Eye.

More than 160 fruit trees have been gifted to families in Mid Suffolk in honour of their newborns last year, making it one of the most successful council tree schemes in the country.

Cash-strapped Suffolk councils have returned thousands of pounds of contributions to developers which were meant to be spent on community schemes.

A Suffolk council which is under threat of having to approve speculative developments could be in a position to demonstrate its five year land supply by March.

Plans for 126 homes on undeveloped land in Eye have been pushed back after councillors poured scorn on flawed road access proposals.

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