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North Norfolk District Council

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1976

FEES FOR LICENCES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that North Norfolk District Council, acting in their capacity of the Licensing Authority, intend to implement the following proposals for licence fees under Section 53(2) and 70(1) of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976, in respect of the following categories of licence issued by the North Norfolk District Council effective from the 1st April 2018:

Norfolk homeowners are being warned of a replacement boilers scam.

Staff at Cromer library will be urging older people and their carers to stay “warm and well” this winter, at an event featuring singing, soup and seated exercise.

A controversial 30-home retirement village under construction in Sheringham is expected to be opened by summer.

The confusion continues at the North Norfolk District Council after leader Tom FitzPatrick has taken a side-step as he announced his resignation due to mounting pressure.

The leader of the North Norfolk Council has confirmed that he will be stepping down from his role in February.

Cromer is set to host the annual Walkers are Welcome get together this year with a series of talks, walks and other events taking place all around the town.

The residents of Knapton are fighting hard against a planning proposal which will see their village green turned into 16 affordable homes.

Forty-three new affordable homes could be built in North Walsham.

A Norfolk district councillor has proposed a radical step to combat the fears of its constituents over the loss of PCSOs in their area.

A popular railway path between Norwich and Aylsham could be cut in half unless a bridge along the route is repaired.

Fakenham’s citizens advice office has been forced to move to a new location during its busiest time of the year, following an arson attack.

The Mundesley Parish Council has rejected a recommendation from the North Norfolk District Council to remove a councillor from her position as vice chairman, following accusations of her breaching the code of conduct and bullying members of council staff.

The Cromer Pier has had a record breaking year with sales up 16% on last year, making this year’s show the best selling Christmas Show yet.

North Norfolk business owners are invited to attend ‘Business Marketing’, a conference in Cromer designed to help small and micro businesses improve their marketing knowledge and skills.

Hundreds of people are expected to attend the funeral of popular 20-year-old Ian Tang in North Walsham today.

The first business marketing conference for north Norfolk is designed to help small and micro businesses improve their marketing knowledge and skills.

Twenty much-needed affordable homes could be built as part of a £3.5m investment in Southrepps, near Cromer.

A planning decision has prompted Wells Town Council to voice concerns over the apparent lack of support given to them by the district council.

A successful business event will be getting a revamp this year as North Norfolk District Council tries to encourage greater networking in the region.

LICENSING ACT 2003

Thursday, December 28, 2017

LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF A PREMISES LICENCE

Less household waste is being recycled in Norwich and North Norfolk than it was five years ago, new figures reveal.

In the first of a series looking at the year gone by in several key areas, Dan Grimmer puts the focus on local government.

Tributes have been paid to a Norfolk D-Day veteran, who has died at the age of 97.

A tranquil garden where residents and visitors can go for quiet and contemplation has won an environment award.

A tumultuous year at the North Norfolk District Council has culminated with the Conservative party losing control of every committee on the council.

A new residential development comprising 52 new homes could be built on land to the north-east of Hempstead Road in Holt.

News that the Eliza Adams lifeboat memorial has been chosen as one of Historic England’s top 20 attractions for 2017 has re-ignited debate about its potential move.

Capital funding for a £13.3m investment in sporting facilities in north Norfolk has been agreed by councillors.

A former rectory in Blakeney will be demolished to make way for a new modern home, after a pressure group failed to block plans at the High Court.

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