South Norfolk Council

Public Notice

Saturday, March 17, 2018

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE UNDER THE LICENSING ACT 2003 TAKE NOTICE that Kathryn Duffee & Paul Leeves Has applied to South Norfolk Council for a Premises Licence For 11 Saint Nicholas Street, Diss Statement of the licensable activities proposed.

A Norfolk telecoms company has extended its wireless network after buying an innovative broadband provider which uses church steeples as transmission masts.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said he stands by extraordinary comments in which he branded some of his own party’s MPs as “also-rans” who do not work hard enough to help the county.

To celebrate their victory in a parish boundary battle residents of a village held a community disco.

Residents and motorists in Diss may soon have to obey new parking rules in one of the town’s busiest roads.

A South Norfolk wheelchair rugby club continues to go from strength to strength as it looks forward to its first competitive fixture.

Scores of streetlights in Costessey could be turned off for good this autumn, prompting community concern.

Scores of streetlights in Costessey could be turned off for good this autumn, prompting community concern.

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.

A new roundabout could replace a series of staggered crossroads which have become an accident blackspot on a major road between Norwich and Ipswich.

The community are out in force this morning helping one another as the Beast from the East continues to cause disruptions across Norfolk.

Television presenter Jake Humphrey is among objectors looking to block a revived bid for an industrial site on farmland on the edge of Norwich.

A new 27-bedroom hotel and changes to a supermarket car park could draw people away from a historic town centre, opponents have warned.

Despite a tough climate for the construction industry the East Anglian arms of a national builder have hailed strong performances off the back of multi-million pound projects.

There have been calls to re-route the main Norwich - Ipswich A140 around Long Stratton for more than 50 years.

Elated residents are celebrating after a six-month battle to protect their boundary lines ended in victory.

Concerns have been raised over the future of a river valley following plans for new homes.

Food and drink manufacturers in Norfolk are being given an opportunity to influence a strategy for the sector’s future growth in the county – including the creation of a new “food centre”.

One of the oldest buildings in Wymondham where 41 Tudor heraldic wall shields were discovered in its restoration is now for sale with the historic relics preserved behind glass.

Diss town council has decided to ask South Norfolk Council for more time to make a decision on a proposal which could see some of the town’s streetlights turned off by Autumn 2018.

Residents living near a new 136-home development say they feel “let down” by a developer after claiming the builder has not followed agreed planning conditions.

A community farm is hoping to get children, charity users and Norwich residents growing their own food.

The news that Norfolk car maker Lotus plans to create 300 new jobs in 2018 has been hailed as a vote of confidence in the county.

There is no excuse for boredom in half term as South Norfolk Council has announced its Kids Camps will open their doors once more.

A district is once again gearing up to ensure it is the cleanest and best maintained area it can possibly be.

More than 120 objections have been lodged against a controversial bid to build 165 homes in a village.

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

The public can now have their say on where they think more than 7,000 homes should be built in Norfolk.

In recent years headlines have been telling stories of girls missing school and mothers stealing sanitary products due to period poverty.

The husband of a Norwich woman who died just 31 days after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer has called for more money to be put towards researching the disease.

Two parishes could go completely dark if recommendations from a council report into street light provision are adopted.

The future of a public toilet block hangs in the balance as a structural report reveals the building is unsound and beyond repair.

A decision over whether to raise a town’s share of its council tax has been postponed - in a bid to try and keep the rise as low as possible.

Gym-goers are to benefit from a host of improvements as a leisure centre’s vision for a £2m expansion was given the green light.

More than 50 new homes could be built in a South Norfolk village.

A Norfolk business will find out if its hopes of expanding will be accepted by the council as planning permission is decided tomorrow, Wednesday, January 3.

Plans to refurbish a village’s leisure centre will be decided by South Norfolk Council on Wednesday.

He has been the “solid rock” of the community for many years who has overseen a number of important changes, including helping to bring back his town’s Christmas lights.

A popular pub which was at risk of closure looks to have been saved after its tenants struck a deal to keep it open.

A row over the proposed construction of a multi-storey car park at Norfolk’s busiest hospital continues more than seven months after plans were first submitted.

Gym-goers look set to benefit from a raft of improvements after a leisure centre’s vision for a £2m expansion was recommended for approval.

Campaigners who fought to stop an industrial site from being built on the edge of Norwich are gearing up for a fresh battle - after the developers returned with a revised bid.

A bid has been put in for a £15m extension to the region’s busiest hospital as current services were “neither safe nor sustainable”.

Plans to build on a supermarket car park in Diss have come under fire amid claims it would be detrimental to the town centre.

Children will be able to get involved in some festive fun at South Norfolk Council’s Kids Camp this Christmas.

Townsfolk are being urged not to put their cooking fats and oil down the drain this Christmas to reduce the number of blockages.

Children at a village primary school are pleading with parents to be mindful over parking to protect their safety.

Costessey residents have the opportunity to clear out their clutter in time for Christmas at South Norfolk Council’s Give and Take Reuse Event.

Townsfolk will be able to get to grips with superfast broadband at drop in sessions in Wymondham.

A backlash against changing a village boundary to make it part of a Norfolk town could result in the plan being dropped.

Youngsters will be able to get free swimming taster sessions in Diss.

South Norfolk Council has opened its first Community Fridge.

Shoppers in Diss will have less parking spaces if plans to build on more than 60 spaces from a supermarket in the town 
go ahead.

Tributes have been paid to a long-serving estate manager described by those who knew him as ‘a born leader’.

“Look before you book this Christmas, don’t let poor food hygiene ruin your work party”.

South Norfolk Council has been nominated for two awards.

Plans to build 150 homes in Poringland have been dubbed “unsatisfactory” and “unprofessional”.

Secrecy surrounds a letter the leader of Norfolk County Council sent to the government suggesting ways Westminster could help reduce the need to make savings - which included floating the idea of a major local government shake-up.

Vital services for thousands of people in Norfolk are facing an uncertain future, with the public today asked to give views over millions of pounds of savings and cuts.

Patients at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital are being offered a new service which will help them leave hospital as soon as they are ready and support them in their own homes.

Hundreds of people have taken the opportunity to recycle their unwanted items at an event organised by South Norfolk Council.

A village playground is to be given a new lease of life, after its parish council secured the funds to renovate it.

How encouraging it is to see central government have given money to improve the Hempnall crossroad junction on the A140.

Townsfolk could pay less council tax if their boundary is changed to include part of a neighbouring village.

A long-running saga over whether a town’s two car parks would be kept free to use has come to an end - thanks to a helping hand.

A housing summit has been held at Gressenhall Farm to tackle the issue of a lack of affordable homes in rural communities.

People can give away and find new textiles, furniture, books and board games at an upcoming reuse and recycle day.

Wymondham Rugby Football Club will not go ahead with plans to build an artificial grass pitch as part of its new grounds, which is under construction at a site just east of the town.

A new artificial grass pitch is to be built at Wymondham’s Kett’s Park.

The Green Dragon in Wymondham has once again won the South Norfolk Community Pub of the Year award.

Residents in South Norfolk have been given until the end of the month to come to a decision on the fate of their car parks.

Ambitious plans for a long-awaited bypass for Long Stratton could be proposed to South Norfolk Council before Christmas.

More than 100 grants to help people living with dementia to keep their independence have been funded by Norfolk County Council.

Four South Norfolk pubs are clinking their glasses as they celebrate winning their categories in the Norfolk Council Pub of the Year competition.

A market town could lose its largest employer if a plan is not put in place to deal with traffic congestion staff face on a daily basis, it has been warned.

Broadland District Council is to discuss the possibility of merging management teams with another local authority later this week.

A ‘casual vacancy’ has opened up on Wymondham Town Council.

Residents say defeating a controversial bid for 52 new homes has prevented the “desecration” of their small, idyllic village.

An experienced team picked from the East Anglian food production industry is giving a new lease of life to a struggling factory which was saved from liquidation.

The body which looks after our greatest treasure - the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads - is facing questions about how it is run after an investigation by this newspaper uncovered widespread concerns.

Two Norfolk councils could join forces and merge management teams as they look to survive in the face of dwindling government funding.

Campaigners are furious about a decision to green-light an application for seven new houses in a Norfolk village - along a stretch of narrow road where there is no hope of installing a footpath.

More than 11,000 homes are standing empty in Norfolk and Waveney, but some councils are not making use of hard-hitting powers designed to get them back into use.

Patients being rushed to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) by search and rescue helicopter could be dropped at Norwich Airport if a new 1,141-space multi-storey car park is to go ahead.

A parish council that is worried the infrastructure won’t be in place before a big development begins invited other local councils to a meeting to discuss their concerns.

Pints will be flowing by the Diss Mere at a new JD Wetherspoon pub as early as next summer, if a long-awaited development goes ahead as planned.

There are just days left to nominate for this year’s South Norfolk Council design awards.

It has been an unspoilt natural valley for many years.

New laws that stop owners taking their dogs into children’s parks will be brought in by councils all over Norfolk.

A businessman says he is determined not allow a controversial decision to build a £10m agricultural plant in his village to go ahead - despite being told there are no other ways to challenge the move.

A man who built a number of fishing ponds on a rural Norfolk property right next to another property with fishing ponds has been ordered to fill one of his in.

A community is celebrating after a controversial plan to build a biogas plant in a country field was rejected by a council committee.

Residents of a South Norfolk market town will finally be deciding on the fate of two of their car parks with a vote.

A prosecco-soaked creation with white chocolate buttercream and homemade cherry jam has won a Wymondham woman top honours in a Victoria Sponge Bake Off contest.

A seven-year-old girl drowned at her best friend’s birthday pool party while there was no lifeguard on duty, an inquest heard.

Community groups across south Norfolk can apply for money to stage ‘Silver Sunday’ events for older people.

Members of Wymondham Town Council have met with Wymondham Town Football Club to discuss a way forward for the future of the King’s Head Meadow play area.

Families are being offered to chance to win an annual pass to one of Norfolk’s most popular tourist attractions.

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