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Nineteen new homes proposed for workshop site near Norwich

PUBLISHED: 08:20 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:57 12 April 2018

Pronto Joinery has submitted an application to Broadland District Council to build on its land on Dog Lane (highlighted in red). Photo: Google

Pronto Joinery has submitted an application to Broadland District Council to build on its land on Dog Lane (highlighted in red). Photo: Google

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Nineteen new homes could be built on a window and door workshop site in Horsford, near Norwich.

Pronto Joinery has submitted an application to Broadland District Council to build on its land on Dog Lane.

The development would be made up of three detached homes and 16 bungalows, which the company said would be used for retirement housing.

Planning papers state: “Mr Scott owns the property and has done so for a number of years and the principle use of the land is as a joinery workshop and fabrication workshop.

“This principle function will not be effected by this proposal and there will be no impact on the employment levels or the working practises on the site as a whole.”

The application site, measuring 1.5 acres, would use an existing access point.

To view the plans, search application number 20180528 on Broadland’s planning website.

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