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A further 3,000 homes in Broadland will be able to recycle their leftover food from next week - with areas such as Hellesdon, Dussindale and Old Catton added to collection route.

A new budget supermarket on the outskirts of Norwich, first touted two years ago, could open by the end of the year.

FOR A DEVELOPMENT CONSENT ORDER BY THE PLANNING INSPECTORATE (ON BEHALF OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR BUSINESS ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY) UNDER SECTION 56 OF THE PLANNING ACT 2008

HORNSEA PROJECT THREE OFFSHORE WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT CONSENT ORDER

The new leader of Broadland District Council looks likely to be Shaun Vincent, after the councillor was elected leader of the district’s Conservative group.

People are being asked what they would want to see in a new recycling centre, as council bosses search for a replacement site for when Mile Cross tip closes.

A plan to create a rehabilitation centre for Romanian rescue dogs in need of new forever homes has been shut down by councillors, amid fears they could kill unborn sheep.

In my work, I have some simple goals.

A road link between the A47 and the newly-opened £205m Broadland Northway must get moving soon - otherwise the county could be “still talking about it in 30 years’ time”.

The new leader of Norfolk County Council will continue to lead his own district council until his successor is found.

Romanian dogs suffering from “behavioural issues” could be moved to a property in Marsham for rehabilitation.

A celebration of rural churches and communities that was hailed a success last year is returning over three months rather than just one.

After a Norwich man went to drastic measures to try and quell his rat problem, it appears he is not alone in being blighted by the rodents.

The new leader of Norfolk County Council has been elected today.

A garden centre’s plans to expand the retail offering on its site in Taverham could be put on hold due to concerns from council officers.

The team behind Norfolk’s first community pub and shop business have been honoured by the Queen.

The long term welfare of a species of bat could determine whether a decision to reject a planning application for 300 homes on an area of woodland is overturned.

Businesses in Broadland could be in line for rate discounts, if councillors agree to proposals next week.

A vision for a new taxi firm promising a zero-emissions service has moved a step closer to becoming a reality.

Questions have been asked over why land refused for a 300-home development was designated as part of a county wildlife site.

An eco-friendly taxi firm promising a zero emissions drive is awaiting a decision over whether it will be granted a private hire vehicle licence.

The new leader of Norfolk County Council will be elected next week, hours after the Conservative group votes on who should lead their group.

Pop Up Pictures Limited Has applied to Broadland District Council for a Premises Licence For the Catton Park, Oak Lane, Old Catton The licensable activities proposed to carry on or from the premises Regulated Entertainment and supply / sale of alcohol.

Work to make Norfolk a dementia-friendly county is ongoing, and two district councils are the latest groups to stand up and make their claims to become Dementia Friendly Communities. We find out what they’re up to during Dementia Action Week.

More than £200,000 of taxpayers’ money has been used to pay ‘golden hellos’ to attract staff to work at the region’s councils in the past two years.

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT at: THE WHTIWELL AND REEPHAM STATION, Whitwell Road, Reepham, Norwich, Norfolk NR10 4GA

It took less than a minute for councillors to bin plans for a new waste facility near Norwich Airport, after being told the project was not viable.

A £70m bid, which council leaders say would kick-start the building of more than 13,500 new homes to the north of Norwich, is entering a crucial period.

The leader of Broadland District Council has been re-elected to the role for the eighth year in a row.

Pupils at Hevingham Primary School were treated to an commemorative assembly with a sparkle.

After a decade of planning, negotiations are under way with the first potential occupants of a new business park at Easton which aims to create 2,000 jobs and add millions to Norfolk’s food economy.

It looks good enough to eat - a fairytale cottage designed to look like crumbly biscuit cake with icing on the top!

People’s views are wanted on proposals for more than 500 new homes at White House Farm in Sprowston.

A community fridge has opened in Thorpe St Andrew in a bid to cut down on food waste.

More than 20 homes are to be built in a Broadland village, after councillors gave the project its clearance.

1 NORFOLK FARM SHOP AND DELI LTD Has applied to Broadland District Council for a Premises Licence For the The Chimes, Market Place, Reepham NR10 411

Local community groups, clubs and parish councils attended an information evening for advice on organising community get-togethers.

Nelson was one of the divisions where a seat went from Green to Labour two years ago.

Travellers have moved onto the site a former hospital in Drayton.

Your views have been sought on what should be done with a historic former ironmongers in the heart of Aylsham.

Nineteen new homes could be built on a window and door workshop site in Horsford, near Norwich.

A family farm hopes to build a large potato store in a bid to boost business and reduce delivery vehicles from rural roads.

A group of travellers have moved on the site of a former Norfolk hotel.

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the closure of St Andrew’s Hospital, near Norwich.

A historic former pub in Horsford is to be demolished due to “significant delays” in getting land released for an alternative roundabout site.

A free information evening on how to run community events is being put on by Broadland District Council.

A district councillor for Aylsham has stepped down from his role after more than 10 years representing the ward.

The leaders of two Norfolk councils say studies suggest a move which would see their authorities share more services and a shared officer team is “a runner”.

A new church gospel hall for members of Norfolk’s Plymouth Brethren Christian community could be built next-door to the Postwick Hub.

The buyer of the former Clarke’s ironmongers in Aylsham market place is looking for a commercial tenant to take over the ground floor of the historic building.

When Dominic Marriott found himself unemployed he decided to roll the dice.

A charity wants to turn a house in Marsham into a rehabilitation centre for dogs with behavioural issues.

Councillors have approved plans for 380 new homes in Sprowston despite the number of affordable properties being slashed to 10pc.

The Norwich Northern Distributor is to be renamed the Broadland Northway.

An “eyesore” block of flats in Thorpe St Andrew face an uncertain future as its owners look to raise £125,000 for its refurbishment.

The number of affordable properties in a proposed 380-home scheme in Sprowston has been cut to just 10pc.

A new boardwalk which will assist with year round access to one of Norfolk’s most beautiful gardens has been officially opened.

A Broadland councillor who was removed from the Broads Authority planning committee has been reinstated with immediate effect.

It is an opportunity for tourism businesses across England to celebrate the quality of accommodation and attractions on offer.

A car park in a Broads village could be extended to take in dozens of more vehicles.

An athlete who is competing in the Australian Commonwealth Games next month has received a £1,000 grant from the council.

An application to convert an office into a children’s day care centre has been refused.

A new two-storey primary school with more than 400 pupil spaces could open as early as next year in Sprowston.

A hidden-away 16th century mansion in the Norfolk Broads could be given a new lease of life after more than a decade of neglect.

Up to 4,000 homes, a Second World War memorial park and three schools are being proposed for a Norfolk village.

North Norfolk is set to get its first Starbucks coffee shop.

This year marks 100 years since women were given the vote.

Councillors have endorsed plans for up to 4,000 homes in Rackheath - despite developers offering just 10pc affordable housing.

A semi-detached home in Hellesdon could be used to provide supported living accommodation for up to five people.

Plans are in place to convert a Grade II listed chapel into a new home in Aylsham.

A London-based developer is appealing the decision to refuse its plans to build 300 homes in a much-loved Norfolk woodland.

Notice is hereby given that Broadland District Council intends, after the expiry of the period mentioned below, under the provisions of Section 70 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976, to vary the fee for an Operator licence to £525.

People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.

Council bosses have warned of “severe disruption” to services today as snow brought by the Beast from the East weather front continues to cause problems across Norfolk.

An area of land near the River Wensum could be turned into two fishing lakes.

It was a bracing start to the week.

A former service engineer-turned-entrepreneur from Brundall has become the first person to offer an independent hard surface repair and restoration service in Norfolk.

A high profile businessman dramatically withdrew his planned appeal against his conviction for breaching planning laws - after he was warned he could face paying even more in costs.

Communities across Broadland are being urged to get involved in a nationwide litter clear-up in March.

Broadland district councillors have agreed to a 4.3pc increase in council tax.

The fall-out from the failure of Norfolk boat-builder Oyster Yachts has begun to spread to companies in its supply chain, say advisers who have been supporting workers affected.

People in Norwich will discover tomorrow how much their council tax bills will go up by in total.

Visitors are urged to book early for a host of events celebrating the bicentenary of the death of Humphry Repton, one of Britain’s greatest landscape gardeners, who is buried in Aylsham.

Broadland District Council will consider a 4.3pc rise in council tax when they meet this week.

Almost £1m has been awarded to Norwich City Council to unlock development of up to 250 new homes at the old Mile Cross depot.

The old post office in Aylsham could be turned into a fitness centre.

A parish councillor fears there is little which can be done to stop 283 homes from being built to the east of Norwich.

An extra 1,000 homes in Broadland have started to get their food waste collected this month.

The news of the collapse of Oyster sent shockwaves through the villages of Hoveton and Wroxham.

A new “interactive theatre” could be built at the Norfolk Dinosaur Adventure park to support its annual Halloween event.

A new “interactive theatre” could be built at the Norfolk Dinosaur Adventure park to support its annual Halloween event.

Councils in Norfolk have played down fears of disruption to local services following suggestions of financial difficulties at outsourcing giant Capita.

Councillors have approved plans for 71 new homes in Drayton and a further 20 in Little Plumstead.

A Broadland councillor said plans for a new supermarket in Taverham were none of Norwich City Council’s “business” following its objection to the scheme.

Construction of a 163-home development in Blofield could begin this summer should it receive planning permission.

Twenty new homes and an extension to a school car park are proposed for the former hospital site in Little Plumstead.

Plans to build a new shop in Drayton have been recommended for approval by council officers.

Plans have been lodged for a new children’s day care centre near Norwich.

Secretive assessments which are “undermining the planning system” by allowing developers to avoid building cheaper homes could be made public as new figures reveal Greater Norwich has missed out on almost 1,000 affordable homes in four years.

What changes do you want to see to the transport system in Greater Norwich?

Cash-strapped councils have spent more than £4m clearing up fly-tippers’ rubbish across East Anglia.

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