Plans lodged for more homes in village that defeated large development just two-years-ago
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A village that defeated a controversial bid for 52 new homes two years ago could be facing another battle as plans are lodged with the council.
In 2017, residents in Bracon Ash, near Wymondham, rejoiced after plans for 52 new homes were unanimously voted down by South Norfolk Council's development management committee.
But now plans for 14 new homes have been submitted to the council for an 1.7 hectare area of land south of Orchard Nook and Park Nook, on Cuckoofield Lane.
The plans by La Ronde Wright say that there would be 14 homes and four of them would be social housing.
The social housing would consist of two, two-bedroom homes and two three-bedroom homes.
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The other 10 consist of four three-bedroom homes and six four or more bedroom houses.
As well as the homes there would be 55 parking spaces.
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The land is currently unoccupied.