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Two Norwich building projects have been recognised with an award for architectural excellence.

A bid to build 90 new homes in a Norfolk village has been unveiled.

More than 12,000 new homes have been built in the last five years in Norfolk. Will we get the GP surgeries and schools too?

A new village could be created in Norfolk as council bosses and leaders try to figure out where almost 9,000 new homes should be built.

A group of residents in Dereham have begun formulating a strategy to voice their concerns about a planning application which could see almost 300 homes built close to their estates.

The Government has intervened in a controversial Suffolk planning saga involving hundreds of homes, potential aircraft emergencies and an application submitted by the leader of a district council.

Dozens of new retirement homes are set to be built in Cromer, but the final layout of the site could still be changed by town councillors.

A closed village pub in Weston Longville is on the market for more than half a million pounds.

Campaigners are celebrating after plans for a controversial housing development on a much-loved area of woodland were refused.

A new social housing scheme has been completed with new tenants due to move in at the beginning of next month.

For 40 years, there has been a gap in the jigsaw of a Norwich housing estate which was left unfinished.

It’s taken the best part of 40 years, but work is finally under way on the missing piece of the jigsaw at Norwich’s unfinished estate of Bowthorpe.

Dozens of new retirement homes could be built in Cromer, if the latest plans are approved.

Residents outlined their opposition to a controversial bid to build 177 homes in Norfolk town - as developers said it would bring significant benefits to the area.

Cash-strapped council bosses are looking to generate millions of pounds to protect frontline services - by building and selling homes on its land.

“Sack Capita” was the call from a furious district councillor today, outraged that Breckland’s planning officers had recommended a controversial 50-home application in Mattishall for approval.

A village which successfully campaigned against a developer’s bid for 90 new homes on flood-prone farmland is now fighting a scheme for 50 homes from getting the go-ahead.

Halesworth has been branded a “dumping ground” for housing with concern that around 600 new homes could be built.

Housing chiefs in east Suffolk are aiming to provide more than 600 new council houses and 1,500 affordable homes in the next six years to help those in need.

Frustrated Fakenham residents have been told they will be powerless to prevent 950 new homes being built in the town.

A housing giant is canvassing views on potentially turning part of a river valley into a site for hundreds of new homes.

Fakenham’s new mayor is urging residents to give their views on plans to bring 950 homes, a new primary school and hotel to the town at a meeting tonight.

Fears have been raised that a small Norfolk village will not be able to cope with the effects of a housing expansion which a parish council has described as “monstrous”.

Discount supermarket Lidl has lost its appeal to build a store in the city three years after plans were first submitted.

An application for permission to build 10 homes on the site of a former school in Necton has been rejected by Breckland Council planning officers.

Work has started on an £800,000 development to accommodate 42 static caravans in Oulton Broad.

Fakenham Town Council has indicated it could “enthusiastically” support plans to build 950 homes in the town if its wide ranging concerns are adequately addressed.

Developers say plans to transform a derelict boatyard near Lowestoft will take another two years to complete.

A social housing provider has secured a £20m funding package to support plans to build 700 new homes, comprising flats and houses, in Norfolk over the next four years.

Villagers of a small Suffolk village will attend a public meeting to discuss the proposed development of more than 200 houses this evening.

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