The East of England is becoming an increasingly popular place for commuters to live.
From Northampton to Chelmsford, more people are moving here and then travelling into London, either by rail or by car, to escape the city's high prices.
That maybe good news for people selling their homes who are seeing house prices rise, but what impact is this having on the way we live in the East?
Can we build our way out of the housing shortage? Developers clash with those who want to protect the East's rural way of life.
Increasing numbers of commuters are driving Eastwards to escape London prices, but in the process are they driving up property prices?
Head of Housing at Cambridge City Council calls on the government to take action and prevent investors buying homes and leaving them empty