Plans to build a housing estate containing up to 190 homes have been approved - despite widespread objections from nearby residents and councils.
A six bedroom house on Unthank Road has come onto the market with Strutt & Parker for just over 1.5m.
A rapturous reception greeted a planning committee’s decision to vote down plans to turn several residential properties into supported housing.
Sixty serious health and safety risks were found in privately rented homes in Norwich last year, new figures show.
A new housing estate of up to 190 homes looks set to be built - despite neighbours’ fears their town will struggle to cope with a large increase in residents.
Three locations in Norfolk have made a highly regarded list of the best places to live in the UK.
After a lifetime of saving, a new-build in Mulbarton was meant to be Heidi Franklin’s dream home.
Ambitious plans to build up to 300 homes, including 75 affordable, and relocate Cromer Town Football Club have moved a step closer.
Town residents are opposing a development of 80 homes because they do not want any more green space to go “under concrete”.
Twenty-two new homes including 12 affordable are being built in a north Norfolk village.
Work has started on a £3 million project to help house people in mid-Norfolk.
The clock is ticking for those who want to have their say on the planning inquiry on whether the £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square should be allowed to go ahead.
A third attempt is being made to get approval for four homes on a stretch of country road following two refusals.
House hunters in Norfolk will be able to customise their new home before it is built as plans are approved for 12 new self-built houses.
A unique service providing treatment for mental health and addiction to the homeless in Norwich has been deemed outstanding by inspectors.
Plans to convert Cromer’s Bath House into four self-contained homes include restoring the building’s historic first-floor balcony.
Six years after its last inspection, Freebridge Community housing is celebrating its latest results.
Proposals for a £90m revamp of a former Norwich shoe factory and the surrounding area have been lodged, with developers saying it could create 500 jobs.
A new approach is needed to make a revamp of Anglia Square more palatable to Norwich, say opponents of the £271m scheme, the fate of which now rests in the hands of the government.
Situated on a quiet country lane in rural Norfolk, this row of abandoned homes has sat empty since 2015.
Wroxham has become the latest village in Norfolk to adopt a neighbourhood plan to help shape its development.
A housing development including space for a new sports pitch, wetland habitat, and community facility, plus 30 homes, is back on the radar in north Norfolk.
A historic former school site in the middle of a market town could be turned into housing under new proposals.
Driving through the Norfolk countryside you can come across some of the most beautiful houses in the country.
A group of residents have been told they must permanently leave their homes to allow the completion of maintenance work in sheltered housing.
Dozens of objectors have raised concerns about a proposal to create supported housing in a terraced street.
“I appreciate that there is a national housing shortage, but this does not mean development at all costs.”
The first of 11 homes for young people leaving care in Norfolk has opened, with councillors saying lessons have been learned since an investigation found children had been housed in poor conditions.
Plans to build 148 homes and a new primary school in a village that had drawn more than 250 objections have been withdrawn by developers.