Opponents of the controversial £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square shopping centre are taking advantage of the decision delay to hammer home their objections over the scheme.
This Saturday there will be an open day at Heath House in Norwich, a new luxury development which offers security and peace of mind for over-55s.
The new owners of a derelict holiday camp have revealed their plans for hundreds of homes and holiday lets they say will bring the site back to life and boost the economy.
A “really significant” increase in AirBnBs and short stay lets in Norwich has seen city councillors ring alarm bells about the need for an online complaints system.
Auction House East Anglia raised nearly £7m from its fifth auction of the year, which took place on Wednesday, September 9.
Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals – a move that some claim could “permanently destroy” the character of many communities.
Plans to expand a West Norfolk riverside housing development have been agreed, despite being branded “ugly”, “depressing” and “a modern slum”.
A bid to build 33 homes on land belonging to a private house has been recommended for approval by planners - despite objections from neighbours and the local parish council.
More than 30 affordable homes will be built on a vacant town centre site after plans were given the go-ahead.
Critics and supporters of the £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square have hit out at the failure of the government to make a decision over the future of the scheme - or to explain why one has not been issued.
The wait over the fate of the controversial £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square shopping centre goes on, after the deadline for the decision was missed by the government.
Plans have been approved to turn an empty office building in the city’s clubland into flats.
The crunch decision on whether or not the controversial £271m revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square shopping centre will be allowed to go ahead is expected within days.
A young couple with a two-year-old son say they are frightened to go home after an arsonist set a fire that blazed inches from their flat.
Fears that a village is growing too big have been raised by worried residents as they claim another housing bid threatens to “overwhelm infrastructure”.
Work has begun on a £25 million project to build 137 homes in a Norfolk town amid a row over how many will be affordable.
Extending the ban on evictions during the coronavirus pandemic is “kicking the can down the road”, tenants and housing union protestors have warned.
Struggling tenants facing eviction during the Covid-19 crisis could be saved by an expansion in the Suffolk Law Centre’s (SLC) Housing Legal Aid service.
A developer’s appeal to build within the former grounds of an historic house has been thrown out by the government planning inspectorate.
Landlords are being urged to do all they can to support tenants who may be struggling to pay their rent due to coronavirus - as a ban on evictions is lifted.
The sale of buildings for mixed use as homes and shops has come under fire for potentially damaging the high street.
A businessman’s bid to build a five-bedroom farmhouse with a vineyard, orchards and a bee sanctuary has been rejected by councillors for being “huge”.
Plans to build 32 bungalows in Martham have been approved by councillors - despite objections from within the village.
A bid to build homes on a wedge of land would create a “village green” gateway for a seaside community.
A bid to build 240 houses and a discount supermarket on the coast has prompted concern about the impact of increased traffic on the area.
More than 40 new flats are to be created in Norwich city centre, after a plan to convert five floors of an office building was given the go-ahead.
A new home not built in line with planning permission has been allowed to remain as it is - but councillors have expressed their frustration at developers who do not stick to what is agreed.
People are being invited to have their say on the future of a south Norfolk town and its surrounding villages.
A “last resort” action means council bosses are forcing the owner of the site of a former pub, which closed 20 years ago, to sell them the land.
A scheme that could see more than 30 affordable homes built on a vacant town centre site has been deferred.