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Tenants are needed to move in to a four bedroom lodge at Earlham Cemetery following a major refurbishment of the property.

A former Norwich lighting shop which has been vacant for more than two years is to reopen as a supermarket today.

Fresh calls are being made for road improvements to help Fakenham cope with 950 new homes.

A housebuilder has welcomed feedback from a public exhibition showcasing plans for new bungalows and apartments on a derelict site in Stalham

Two heads from the residential and land departments at Arnolds Keys sign up for a cook off challenge

A rethink over proposals for a £100m revamp of a former Norwich shoe factory could see more than 400 jobs created in the city, a developer has claimed.

A charity has lodged plans to turn a house in Hevingham into a new children’s home.

The public can have their say on plans to build 4,000 homes in Attleborough as part of a council consultation.

The landowner behind plans to build one of the biggest new housing developments in North Norfolk revealed he expects a rival bid to be tabled for a similar development on another site just four miles away.

Almost 50 luxury apartments are being created from a 1970s office block in the city.

The owners of a Norwich Post Office have launched a crowdfunding campaign to protect their livelihoods from controversial new parking regulations.

The owners of a mid Norfolk pub have resubmitted a planning application to develop part of the site and improve facilities after support from the community.

The mayor of Attleborough has welcomed a long-awaited planning application put in this month to build 4,000 new homes, which will almost double the size of the town.

A West Norfolk pensioner has come up with a solution to downsizing - he’s divided his home in half

A man is being faced with eviction from the home he grew up in because of the death of his mother.

Elderly residents in Fakenham risk being neglected if a new supported housing scheme does not go ahead, an MP has warned.

Protesters are hoping public opinion will persuade community leaders to “think again” over moves to use school playing fields for 69 new homes – and to oppose key elements of the project.

‘Downsizing exodus’ could cause housing dilemma for retired people

Norwich comes second out of 14 cities in the UK for offering affordable homes for first time buyers

Cheers rang out in a council chamber as a controversial scheme for 50 homes on the edge of a village was unanimously refused.

Living in a retirement bungalow or apartment on a former abattoir site may not be for everyone.

Plans have been submitted to build an extension on top of a former council office block which is being converted to housing.

Two housing developments which have faced significant opposition from the public could be given the go-ahead when they go before the Breckland Council’s planning committee on Monday.

Revised plans to build 200 new homes in North Walsham have been recommended for refusal - despite the latest proposals including plans for 90 affordable homes.

A Norfolk Elizabethan house in 36 acres to go on sale for £2 million

A controversial plan to build holiday lodges on parkland and woodland at a Norfolk hotel is being recommended for approval.

East Anglian residents were excited to learn that Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington and his co-star, Rose Leslie, had bought their first home together in Suffolk.

It was a hive of activity 75 years ago as a major operations base for RAF missions during the Second World War.

Bed and breakfast owners reveal the quirkiest morning food orders

Norfolk comes second best in a new house building league table

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