May 23 2013 Latest news:
A planning inspector has questioned the rate of housing growth planned in Broadland and criticised council planners for being unable to supply information on the availability of development land.
The Norfolk Broads are part of a national park network which contributes up to £6.3bn a year to the UK economy, according to a new report.
A public inquiry is under way which could govern where thousands of new homes are built around Norwich in the coming decade. In the third part of a week-long series, rural affairs correspondent CHRIS HILL asks how the vital roads, schools and essential services will be paid for.
Urgent action is needed to save the richness and diversity of our surroundings, say scientists who today deliver a wake-up call to the challenges facing nature in modern Britain.
A public inquiry into where thousands of homes could be built around Norwich is under way.