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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.

A north Norfolk district councillor is stepping down, after devoting 22 years to tackling local issues ranging from car parking to affordable housing.

The number of affordable homes built in our region has plunged to a record low - at a time when thousands of people are crying out for a roof over their heads.

Plans are being made to build 60 new homes in the village of Great Ellingham - but not everyone is happy about it.

A vision for nine new houses on a site next to Chapel Road Primary School in Attleborough has been unveiled.

Fears that Norfolk’s market towns might not have good enough roads to cope with thousands of new homes have triggered a series of special studies to tackle the potential problem.

A major application for 83 homes on Costessey farmland has sparked hundreds of objections. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE looks at how the area has transformed from a small Roman settlement into a major Norwich suburb.

Two huge tower blocks in the heart of Norwich could get a new lease of life as accommodation for 740 students.

A vision for a new 61-home estate on land between Wymondham’s railway station and the River Tiffey has been unveiled.

A topping out ceremony with a difference was performed to celebrate a new village housing development.

With the nation’s house-building agenda in the spotlight, an East Anglian planning expert has emphasised the importance of “good development” – marrying homes to appropriate infrastructure – in new projects.

Seven Norfolk soldiers who died fighting in Afghanistan will be forever remembered in the village they called home.

Concerns have been raised over plans to build homes on the site of a former school in Necton, near Swaffham.

Up to 45 retirement flats could be built in North Walsham.

A new housing development project has been launched with a ground-breaking ceremony.

Plans to establish a residential care home in Attleborough for people with learning disabilities have been given the go ahead.

Concerns have been raised that proposals to build 25 homes in a rural village are the “start of something much bigger.”

Unanswered questions about solving Dereham’s traffic problems have prompted councillors to delay decisions over plans to bring more than 500 homes to the town.

The completion of Colby Court is the latest milestone in the regeneration project, following the completion of Millfleet Court and Valentine Place, and sees work on 158 of the original 320 homes completed.

Houses prices in Norfolk and Waveney have gone up by as much as £190,000 in just 20 years, figures have revealed.

A developer has been given the green-light to plan the future of an key piece of land in Wymondham.

A former school in Necton, near Swaffham, that has been closed for almost ten years could be demolished to make way for housing.

Developers have been given the green light to build 22 new homes in the south Norfolk village of Dickleburgh, despite fears it will create dangers for pedestrians.

A plan to build 120 new homes in Poringland has narrowly been approved, despite concerns over flood risks and its affordable housing provision.

Opinion: When will interest rates rise?

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Norfolk estate agents reckon interest rates will not rise until next year

Housebuilding giant Persimmon has notched up a healthy rise in full-year profit as it pointed to a “confident” housing market, despite concerns over Brexit.

A former Aviva office in the heart of Norwich city centre looks likely to be converted into almost 200 flats.

A developer has renewed its efforts to develop a key piece of land in Wymondham - 15 years after its first plan for the site was rejected.

A community group set up in the midst of a dispute over a Wymondham play area is “angry” and “disappointed” Norfolk County Council (NCC) has stepped away from its mediation role.

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