A £20.6m education shake-up in a Norfolk village has moved a step closer, with plans submitted for a new primary school and nursery.
Plans to expand the base of heritage car manufacturer Lotus into a global destination for motoring fans will create 20 new jobs, it has been revealed.
Plans to accelerate the growth of a business area close to a Norfolk racing circuit will go before councillors next week.
The Hellesdon home of a family of travellers has been safeguarded by councillors, who opted against recommendations to evict them.
Guidelines shaping the future development of the Prospect House site in Norwich have been given unanimous approval.
A restaurant promising “village cricket pavilion pottiness” has been given permission to move into a former city centre bank.
Fears Norwich City Council could be prepared to sell off some of its open spaces have been resoundingly dismissed by its cabinet.
I decided about a week and a bit ago that the next column I write would be about the lasting impact of Alex Tettey.
A dog-lover hoping to “revolutionise kennel care” has lodged a bid to build a new haven for hounds.
A religious group has been accused of flouting planning rules by using its Norwich base for prayer without permission.
One of the region’s largest suppliers of farming equipment has set its sights on a south Norfolk village for a new headquarters.
A supermarket has bid for permission to serve alcohol at any hour - but claims it is solely for the last gasp Christmas dash.
Peanut butter and jam, chocolate and chilli, cheese and Marmite.
Families living close to the University of East Anglia say recent changes to parking permit zones have made it nigh-on impossible to park near their home.
Improvements are being made at a wooded area on the outskirts of Norwich, in a bid to breathe new life into a green space marred by anti-social behaviour and drug dealing.
Councillors will decide next week if a former bank in the city centre can be turned into a new 1930s-themed restaurant.
Neighbours to a Norfolk farm told councillors they fear for their ability to sleep, ahead of a decision to allow a new refrigerated potato storage box on the site.
Plans for a new processing plant which will preserve elements of the production of Colman’s Mustard in Norfolk have been given the go-ahead.
Developers have been told more than 200 homes can be built on land running alongside the Northern Distributor Road.
A Breckland councillor is facing investigation after a complaint was made about them.
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