Fresh controversy has emerged over a £66,000 report on housing in Suffolk after it emerged a think tank commissioned to do the work had gone into administration just days before the publication.
Villagers have branded plans to double the population of their community as "stupid", saying it does not have the infrastructure to cope.
Hundreds of families in Norfolk have been removed from their homes by a controversial law which the Government now wants to ban.
A couple fear they will have to move out of their home for a third time after repair works failed to fix problems.
People moving into new homes are regularly facing a swathe of problems with their properties, which are then not being dealt with quickly enough by developers, an investigation has found.
Families in a village have raised fears that it could become a town after they were invited to suggest how their area should be developed.
Earlier this year the government pledged to ban the controversial Section 21 notice, which gives landlords the power to evict tenants.
This is the first plan of what a new mobile home park in Suffolk to help solve the affordable housing crisis will look like.