A vacant town centre site looks set to be given a new lease of life.
Planning permission for four new homes near a memorial marking the reputed site of the murder of King Edmund has been refused over fears they would not fit in with the historical surrounding area.
Fears that Norwich is losing too many offices, because of how easy it is for developers to turn them into housing, could see council bosses wield powers to stop it happening.
A north Norfolk town has seen one of the sharpest rises in searches from potential home buyers since the stamp duty holiday began.
The site of a former Norfolk hospital has been cleared, as developers prepare to build new homes.
The impact of coronavirus has made the proposed £271m revamp of Anglia Square untenable, according to Green councillors who are urging government minister Robert Jenrick to turn down the scheme.
An extra home could be added to plans to turn a former pub into flats.
Norwich could benefit from major regeneration projects to boost jobs, build homes and revamp parts of the city centre if a £25m bid succeeds, say council leaders.
A bid to build semi-detached houses on land behind a Broads pub has been refused amid fears it would threaten the setting of the area.
A former office building in Great Yarmouth town centre could see new life as a block of apartments.
The former manager of Norwich’s Anglia Square rates the chances of the shopping centre’s controversial revamp getting the go-ahead at 50/50.
Home-buyers are scrambling to pick up property in Norfolk thanks to the stamp duty holiday and the more flexible working patterns the pandemic has brought.
Plans to build almost 500 homes on the edge of Norwich have been given permission, despite fear of noise and lack of school places.
A cluster of empty barns on the outskirts of a seaside village could be converted into houses after planners gave the thumbs up.
A fresh bid is being made to build new student flats on the former site of a Norwich pub - after a previous scheme was refused by council officers and a planning inspector.
A Norfolk council has had its risk rating downgraded after auditors found “outstanding” issues with a housing firm it owns.
A Norfolk council has overspent by almost £700,000 on housing and is facing “significant” and “unsustainable” cash pressures.
A warning has been issued that charging points for electric vehicles could be scrapped from housing schemes in rural Norfolk - because electricity grids could struggle to cope.
Decisions over new developments in Norwich will once again be taken by members of the city council’s planning committee from next month - after councillors agreed to start virtual meetings.
Calls for a green belt around Norwich have been revived, with campaigners saying coronavirus lockdown has made people more aware of the benefits of retaining countryside.
A councillor has raised “anxiety” over what his district will get in return from its contribution to a £7.7m pot to launch the county’s Covid-19 economic bounceback.
Campaigners against the £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square have raised further concerns, following a controversial decision to approve a 17-storey London tower block.
A Norfolk council has stressed the need to “instil confidence” to boost the tourist economy, as visitors begin returning to the area’s beaches and coastal towns.
A Norfolk council has agreed to buy a fourth property with £600,000 set aside to house homeless residents.
Plans for dozens of new homes in a Norfolk village were rejected after councillors raised concerns over the impact on the area, crime and disorder and health.
The head of a city homelessness charity has welcomed a £105m funding package to help end rough sleeping but warned there were still challenges ahead.
Prime minister Boris Johnson says he is standing by the cabinet member due to make a decision on Norwich’s Anglia Square revamp - despite him being embroiled in controversy.
A former pub is set to become new homes for people who may have to carry “flood kits” if approved.
An empty chapel could be given a new lease of life if a bid to convert the building into a family home, complete with its own graveyard, is successful.
A council-owned housing company - which is facing a loss of £6m in public cash on its first project - is to be lent up to £21m to stop it from collapsing.