Council rubber stamps plans for 22-home development in Great Plumstead
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More than 20 homes are to be built in a Broadland village, after councillors gave the project its clearance.
At a meeting of Broadland District Council's planning committee, members approved plans for 22 new homes off Rosebery Road in Great Plumstead.
Submitted by Broadland Growth Ltd, the application set out plans for a mixture of homes, with the development consisting of nine bungalows, four flats and nine houses.
Eight of these homes are also planning to be affordable homes, equating to 36pc of the development.
Access to the development will be provided by a continuation of the existing estate road.
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The application received four written letters of opposition from residents, as well as a petition signed by 83 people, raising fears over traffic congestion and possible impact on bats, deers and birds.
However, now full planning permission has been granted, the project will be delivered within the next three years.
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