Discover Suffolk

Below provides information and resources for those thinking of moving to Suffolk. There is information about property in Suffolk as well as what Suffolk is like as a place to live.

Property search

Suffolk’s housing market is diverse, in age, character and size – from one bedroom or studio apartments in towns to large barn conversions in rural areas.

Whether you're looking to buy or rent, Suffolk is an affordable place to live with house prices, on average 40% lower than in London.   Visit the following websites for properties in Suffolk; and find contact details for most estate and letting agents:



Help to Buy Scheme

If you want to purchase a home of your own, but can’t afford to buy on the open market, Help to Buy could be your way onto the property ladder.

For more information, visit the Help to Buy East and South East website.

Living in Suffolk

To find out more about what Suffolk is like as a place to live, what there is to do and see:

Places to visit explore and see:

Suffolk businesses and the local economy:

Suffolk's countryside and wildlife

Culture, heritage and leisure

What our Social Workers have to say...

Social Worker Victoria Rudkin
Victoria Rudkin

“There are lots of opportunities in Suffolk County Council and you are able to have a very diverse career and there are great promotion opportunities; there are a lot of pathways to take your career at Suffolk.”

Social Worker Phil Stamper
Phil Stamper

“Being a Social Worker is part of me. I enjoy working with people and am proud to be a Social Worker. It is a privilege to be involved in people’s lives and be welcomed to work alongside them.”

Social Worker Julia Rodwell
Julia Rodwell

“As a manager I give staff the opportunity to have their own career path, help them to develop, encourage them to take part in training and to also ensure that they have all the tools they need to do their job properly. It’s about a personalised approach to managing and supporting staff here.”

Social Worker Steph Weese
Steph Weese

“For me, every one of these customers and their families matters in their own right; there’s no small problem or big problem they are all important.”

Social Worker Leanne Clarke
Leanne Clarke

“The people I work with are generally facing a crisis in their life, a life changing event, a devastating diagnosis, loss of independence. If I can make things less stressful for them, support them through the processes, advocate for them where needed to help them to get the help they need, then I feel I am making a difference.”

Social Worker Seb Smith
Seb Smith

“Social Work is important because it gives people who are disenfranchised or marginalised more opportunity. Some people face greater challenge's than others when trying to live a rewarding and independent life, but social work can support them to achieve their goals.''