Proposals to revamp the Southwold police station site into a development of flats and houses have been refused by planners.
Plans to turn a Lowestoft seaside hotel empty for more than a decade into flats and a cafe have been deferred because of concerns over parking, bins and the size of the homes.
A council has introduced six new shared ownership homes to its housing stock – the first of its kind in the district.
Owners of a struggling care home in Beccles say it will continue as a care home despite securing planning permission to redevelop it for flats.
A housing association has apologised after tenants were unable to cook meals and told to wash their clothes in the bath when delayed repairs left them without basic facilities.
East Suffolk Council has been granted nearly £100,000 in government funding to help prevent vulnerable people from living on the streets during the coronavirus crisis.
An impressive three-storey townhouse in need of renovation and refurbishment has become available in Halesworth.
A pub that has been closed for six years looks set to be transformed into a new home.
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