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When it comes to achieving a good quality of life, sleepy Suffolk has a great deal to offer: picture book villages, a lovely coastline, lively market towns, and more hours of sunshine than most other parts of Britain. Those lucky enough to be house-hunting in the county have a superb choice of new developments in both coastal and inland towns and villages - with special offers available on many properties.
Following on from last weekend's successful part exchange event at Castle Mount scheme in Framlingham, Suffolk, the salres team at East Anglia-based housebuilder Hopkins Homes will be hoping to convert a high level of enquiries into actual sales.
Hopkins Homes' scheme, Tibby's Triangle, named Best Brownfield development at the What House? Awards 2011, has also won a highly regarded design award.
The new homes development, designed by London-based Ash Sakula Architects, was named a Completed Project Winner at the 2012 Housing Design Awards held at the British Museum in London.
New affordable homes in Cardiff
Greenbank Partnerships, the developer behind plans for a new waterfront community in Cardiff known as Cardiff Pointe, have submitted plans to build 61 affordable homes in the area. If plans are approved the new homes will be built on Ferry Road, on a site next to Morrisons supermarket.
New affordable homes in Cumbria
Richard Leafe, the chief executive of the Lake District National Park Authority in Cumbria, has announced plans to try and build up to 900 affordable homes in the area over the next 15 years, in a bid to help more young people onto the housing ladder.
Well-established housebuilder Charles Church Developments currently has a range of new developments in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex for house buyers searching for new homes in the East of England.
With beautiful villages, a lovely coastline, and gorgeous landscapes that inspired the artist Constable, Suffolk offers an idyllic place to live. Taylor Wimpey's current portfolio offers an excellent choice of new homes in Suffolk for buyers who want to live close to the county town of Ipswich, or the popular market town of Bury St Edmunds.
Housebuilder Iceni Homes has announced plans to develop 1,000 much needed affordable homes in Cambridgeshire,