A community says it is losing its faith in the planning system after a row over six new homes on the Suffolk/Essex border.
People living in Bures say the houses are being built taller than agreed and say it's all too easy for developers to exploit the system.
Clare and James Frewin say they've felt powerless as the homes started going up - standing more than two and a half metres taller than stated on the original plans.
Babergh District Council said a new planning application has been submitted to vary the permitted height of the development.
A decision on the new application could be weeks away - but homes are continuing to be advertised.
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge says the case highlights a flaw in the planning system.
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