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Housing plan fears raised

PUBLISHED: 07:00 27 June 2006 | UPDATED: 11:06 22 October 2010

Twenty homes are expected to be built on an overgrown plot of land within a King's Lynn regeneration area, despite concerns from heritage watchdogs and residents.

Twenty homes are expected to be built on an overgrown plot of land within a King's Lynn regeneration area, despite concerns from heritage watchdogs and residents.

Planners approve of the idea of six three-storey blocks off Friars Walk, near Whitefriars School and Boal Quay, which falls within the Nar Ouse Regeneration Area (Nora).

West Norfolk Council has had 19 letters, most of which raise concerns about the design and density of the buildings, and traffic.

The scheme is expected to get the go ahead, with conditions, at a meeting on Monday.


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