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A public inquiry into controversial plans to build 200 homes in a village in North Norfolk has got under way.

A public inquiry begins today over a controversial planning application which could see a village near Fakenham doubled in size.

Concerns have been raised over plans to build nearly 1,000 new homes in Worlingham.

Residents of a south Norfolk village are gearing up for a showdown over a much-contested vision to build 52 houses there.

Demolition work has begun on a Kessingland pub campaigners fought hard to save.

A further 22 homes could be built in Gorleston, after planning documents were submitted to the borough council.

Housing developer Lovell has started work on a £58m development comprising 213 new homes in Holt.

The go-ahead has been given for three buildings in Eaton to be knocked down to make way for eight new homes, despite a string of objections.

Older people who endured the Easter weekend without a working lift in their flats have hit out at the management company for not getting it fixed sooner.

In these days of rising prices, to what lengths would you go to get a house?

Campaigners fighting controversial plans to double the size of a village near Fakenham with 200 new homes are in confident mood ahead of a public inquiry starting this month.

Vulnerable and elderly tenants at two of Suffolk Housing’s sheltered schemes are now getting a helping hand – thanks to the generosity of their community-minded neighbours.

A public inquiry into controversial plans to build 200 homes in the middle of a village starts this month.

Affordable new homes are set to be built in Lowestoft after a scheme for 18 flats was given the go-ahead.

Plans to add 130 extra homes to a development of 170 properties on the edge of town were turned down by West Norfolk council this week.

The construction of the first new homes built as part of a multi-million pound investment partnership between Breckland Council and private developers The Land Group is nearing completion.

I was interested in the plans you printed in the Mercury.

Plans to build 16 homes in a village near Dereham, which attracted a significant level of opposition, have been refused planning permission.

A planning application has been submitted to build 16 self contained flats and a shop unit on Mill Road in Great Yarmouth.

Councillors today voted down plans for 130 new homes in Downham Market.

Agricultural land in a village on the A47 between Dereham and Swaffham has been earmarked for development of 15 houses and a small shop.

Residents angered by the plans to build two wind farm substations close to their homes say a public consultation did little to ease their concerns.

A bid to turn a closed Norwich pub into student flats has sparked an objection by the city branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.

Plans for 300 new homes on the outskirts of Downham Market look set to get the green light, despite local opposition.

The owner of land in a mid Norfolk village has defended plans to build new homes after strong opposition from the parish council.

People are living in excessively cold conditions – potentially causing a risk to their health – in an estimated 1,700 private homes across the city, council leaders have revealed.

A mother and baby who faced losing their home when their private-rented flat was sold from underneath them have received the keys of the 750th new affordable home to be built by Victory since the housing association came into existence in 2006.

Proposals for new homes in Foxley, near Dereham, are facing strong opposition
from members of the parish.

It’s been providing vital support and a safe place to live for single, homeless young adults for nearly 20 years.

A record number of buildings in the East of England have been shortlisted for awards in this year’s Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Regional Awards.

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