A spacious five bedroom house in Earlham Road has come on the market.
Plans to build 165 new homes and a medical centre in a Norfolk village have been put forward.
Developers are set to go ahead with building dozens of homes in a Broads village after the scheme was agreed by councillors.
Plans have been submitted to renovate a redundant former theatre and turn it into an upmarket three-bedroom home.
Plans to build 150 new homes on the fringes of a Norfolk town have been turned down over fears of urbanising a "tranquil green area" - despite the threat of a judicial review.
The go-ahead has been given for a former pub, once a beloved live music venue, to be turned into housing.
Affordable homes and safe spaces for pedestrians, cyclists and cars are being demanded by a parish council ahead of an imminent planning application for a major housing development.
Two estates could be joined together by 380 new homes.
A resident of a house damaged during Storm Ciara has been moved to alternative accommodation.
The issue of air pollution came under the spotlight at the planning inquiry into the controversial revamp of Anglia Square.
Plans to build dozens of new homes in a Norfolk village have been agreed by councillors.
A family of travelling showmen have had their plans to create a permanent home near a Norfolk village rejected by councillors.
Children have been asked by a housing company to design their ideal place to live as it looks to make major revamps to a town estate.
Plans for the second phase of a controversial housing development comprising another 225 homes have been lodged.
A housing company owned by the city council has lost money on its first scheme and not repaid a £6m loan from the authority.
Work has begun on the construction of the latest housing development in a small village that is facing expansion set to almost double its population.
A bid to build 46 houses in a Broads village has been recommended for approval by planners as it comes up for discussion at a council meeting.
A GP has said the controversial revamp mooted for Anglia Square is disrespectful to the people who shop there.
The fate of a former pub will become clearer next week - when a fresh decision will be made on whether more than 40 flats can be built on the site.
Fears a town will not be able to cope with 5,000 more homes have been quashed by the man behind the scheme promising it will "deliver" and infrastructure will be introduced "as soon as possible".
A scheme to build 150 new homes on arable farmland looks set to be given the green light - despite strong objections.
The architect behind the controversial £271m revamp of Anglia Square has branded it a "dismal experience" to visit the shopping centre in its current "broken" state.
Residents of a Norfolk town believe their town's infrastructure cannot cope with a new housing estate.
A development that would have a major impact on a north Suffolk village looks set to be given the go-ahead.
Breckland Council has launched an empty homes support programme in an attempt to get homes back into the private rented sector.
Plans to demolish part of a pub to build new homes have been rejected.
The planned conversion of a town's old water tower into an unusual home could soon take another step forward.
From barn conversions to seven bedroom mansions and seaside flats, the eleven most expensive houses bought in Waveney in 2019 have been revealed.
The most expensive property in Great Yarmouth last year is the stunning Marshman's Cottage for £840,000 near Acle - a seven-acre haven overlooking the Norfolk Broads.
A penthouse apartment in a former office block has come on the market in Norwich.