Villagers are split over plans to build almost 70 new homes in their community.
Extra meetings to speed up decisions over planning will play a vital role to help Norfolk’s economy bounce back as coronavirus restrictons are relaxed, a council leader has said.
Thousands more homes for older people will be provided in east Suffolk in the next two decades after community leaders were told they needed to take more action to help the fastest growing sector of the population.
Gorleston residents are “heartbroken” by the revival of plans to build within the former grounds of an historic house after developers lodged an appeal.
Easing of lockdown restrictions means that people are once again able to buy, sell or move home. Find out what some Norfolk estate agents will be doing to ensure safety.
Plans to build more than 30 new homes in a Norfolk village have been given the go-ahead, despite fears over the “disturbing” use of agricultural land for new houses.
Long-delayed plans for 150 homes in Bungay have finally been given approval, following four years of wrangling.
A new mansion house complete with swimming pool, library, cinema, and gym could rise up along one of the seaside’s most sought-after streets.
A bid to build 33 houses in Fleggburgh has been recommended for approval.
A former care home in Great Yarmouth could be converted into nine flats - after planners gave the thumbs-up.
Work has begun on a scheme to build more than 40 new homes at a site which was once a crucial hub in Norwich’s telephone network.
Hundreds of homes and a new school could be built on land next to the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, depending on a crunch decision this week.
A tunnel could be dug under a town’s historic bridges to house cables to power 5,000 new homes.
A town’s main road could see more houses built alongside it as an outline planning application is put forward for a former gas works.
A property developer is sending its builders back to its sites in Norfolk after Boris Johnson announced the relaxing of the coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus lockdown has led to a surge in appreciation for green spaces, prompting campaigners to press for more protection for Norfolk’s once the pandemic ends.
Plans to provide environmentally-friendlier homes have been outlined by a Suffolk council, as part of measures to address the climate emergency.
A former meat processing site could be turned into nine houses if plans are given the go ahead.
One of the national organisations opposing the £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square is urging objectors to press the government to block the controversial scheme.
As the coronavirus pandemic lingers on into May, the UK housing market continues to suffer as sales are on hold until lockdown eases.
Plans which would see more than 50 new homes built on the edge of Norwich have prompted scores of objections.
Plans to demolish a police station in a Suffolk seaside town to make way for flats and houses have been blocked after councillors successfully listed the site as an asset of community value (ACV).
People living in flats say life in lockdown is “like a prison” as figures reveal one in five people in Norwich are in the same position.
Some 60 homeless people have been given temporary accommodation in Norwich - after coronavirus meant some who usually sofa surf ended up without anywhere to sleep.
The report which will recommend whether the £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square should go ahead or not is being written up, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 140 new homes could be built in a market town after a planning bid was lodged.
There’s a country, almost cabin-like feel to Beechwood, this attractive four-bedroom property in north Norfolk.
A virtual meeting of Norwich City Council’s planning committee was held - to decide not to hold virtual planning committees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Find out which properties sold at Auction House East Anglia’s second sale of the year with Robert Hurst’s auction report.
Use your time in self-isolation to learn new skills and do jobs around the house. You can tick both boxes by giving your bathroom tiles a facelift.