Fresh calls are being made to tackle the affordable housing crisis in Wells after it emerged that almost a third of all homes in the town are now either second homes or holiday homes.
A developer has seen an application for 25 homes in a rural village refused for the second time after it came back to Breckland Council on a technicality.
A new development of 127 houses has been given approval for land behind the redundant maltings in Dereham but the maltings building itself will not be brought back into commercial use.
A new development of 14 homes on land in Hockering has been approved in order to give a growing business the opportunity to create new jobs in Breckland.
Cheers rang out in a council chamber as a controversial scheme for 50 homes on the edge of a village was unanimously refused.
Agricultural land in a village on the A47 between Dereham and Swaffham has been earmarked for development of 15 houses and a small shop.
A mid Norfolk village is seeking to create greater protection for the “oasis of green” which surrounds it, a public hearing has heard today.
Two major housing applications come before Breckland planners on Monday which could see another 500 homes being built in Dereham.
Breckland Council now has a five year housing land supply in place.
Trinity College Cambridge first revealed plans to build on the northern outskirts of the town in 2009.
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