It was once a thriving pub at the centre of the city’s live music scene - the place for aspiring bands to strut their stuff on stage for the first time.
A family who moved out of a home with “severe damp” have been told they may have to pay six months rent - despite uncovering a string of problems at the property.
Proposals to revamp the Southwold police station site into a development of flats and houses have been refused by planners.
More than 30 new homes on a housing development, which hit the headlines when it lost £6m on its first scheme, have been sold - with council bosses saying it should bring in more than £8.4m.
A community is being invited to help progress a plan which is set to shape the future of their town.
A new home is to be built on the site of a terraced house pulled down after it began to collapse due to subsidence on Christmas Eve a decade ago.
Fears have been raised that more of Norfolk’s countryside could be lost because a change in how the government estimates need for new homes means nearly 2,000 extra would have to be built every year.
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.