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A proposal to demolish a house of ‘historical value’ in a Suffolk town has prompted neighbours and local historians to unite in opposition.
Proposals for three GP surgeries to move into one brand new facility have been approved by planners.
Proposals for roadside services on land off the A14 near a town have been submitted to a council.
A 40m flood gate, the second largest in the UK, will be built in the entrance to a Suffolk lake.
Plan includes homes, garages, parking, public open space, roads, sewers and associated works.
Seven months after an appeal was won for a 150 new home development in Suffolk, the scheme is going out to public consultation.