A row has broken out after a consultation into widespread parking changes on the edge of the city came to a conclusion.

Some people living in Trowse have hit out at plans to introduce a restricted parking zone in streets, saying Norfolk County Council was "declaring war on Norwich City fans" who park in the village.

Proposals from the county council would see various restrictions in almost every street, including a restricted parking zone in Hudson Close, Devon Way and Kirby Road as well as single and double yellow lines in Barn Meadow, Whitehorse Lane and Newton Close.

Eastern Daily Press: Pablo Dimoglou and Angela Forster who are trying to stop the parking plansPablo Dimoglou and Angela Forster who are trying to stop the parking plans (Image: Pablo Dimoglou and Angela Forster)

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Pay and display bays and resident parking permits would also be introduced to other roads.

Pablo Dimoglou and Angela Forster have been campaigning to stop the plans urging Trowse folk to write into the consultation - which closed on Tuesday (May 16) - and also sent a letter to Trowse Parish Council and other homes in the village.

The latest twist in the tale saw Mr Dimoglou embroiled in a spat with South Norfolk councillor for Poringland, Framinghams and Trowse, Lisa Neal, at Monday's parish council meeting.

Eastern Daily Press: Kirby Road, where restrictions would be introducedKirby Road, where restrictions would be introduced (Image: Pablo Dimoglou and Angela Forster)

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Mr Dimoglou, attending as a member of the public, said he thought the plans were being discussed as a "done deal".

Ms Neal replied: "This is not a done deal, when the data is processed, the matter will be referred back to the parish council for a final decision. It will not rest with South Norfolk Council."

Eastern Daily Press: Broadland and South Norfolk Conservative councillor Lisa NealBroadland and South Norfolk Conservative councillor Lisa Neal (Image: Broadland and South Norfolk Council)

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A village business owner also spoke at the meeting to highlight worries about losing customers.

When approached by this newspaper, Ms Neal said: "I wouldn't say it was a spat, I was just pointing out how it would work.

"We just want to do something which will help people with parking outside their homes."

In Ms Forster's letter to the parish council she described the plans as "dreadful".