Developers submit plans for more than 70 new homes in Drayton
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More than 70 new homes could be built be in a village to the north west of Norwich.
Developers Norfolk Land and Norfolk Homes have submitted plans for 74 properties off Drayton High Road in Drayton.
The scheme would cover a 7.4 acre site at Low Farm, near Fairview Close.
Planning papers lodged with Broadland District Council state the new homes would be two-storeys in height, with access from Drayton High Road.
A pedestrian and cycle link would also be provided through Fairview Close to the west of the site.
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Last month The Lind Trust also submitted its own housing application for Drayton.
It hopes to build 29 new homes on the former David Rice Hospital site, which is also off Drayton High Road.
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• Drayton Parish Council is to discuss both sets of plans at a meeting on Wednesday, March 8 at Drayton Junior School on School Road at 6.30pm.