Find out North Norfolk District Council planners’ decisions on major applications in Cromer, Wells, East Beckham and Sea Palling

North Norfolk District Council's headquarters on Holt Road, Cromer.

North Norfolk District Council's headquarters on Holt Road, Cromer. - Credit: Colin Finch

Major planning applications affecting Cromer, Wells, East Beckham and Sea Palling have been decided this morning by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) planners.

The council's development committee has given the green light to Norfolk Homes' plans for 145 homes, public open space and an access road on land west of Roughton Road, Cromer, subject to no new grounds of objection following its re-advertisement, and a string of conditions.

They also voted to give Hopkins Homes permission to remove two conditions on the firm's planning consent, granted in April, for 123 homes and public open space on land off Two Furlong Hill and Market Lane, in Wells.

The conditions concerned sustainable construction and a reduction by half in the amount of renewable energy required to be produced.

Councillors have also approved TGC Renewables' scheme for a 43,200-panel solar farm on three fields just south of East Beckham.

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And they have granted temporary permission, for three years, to gypsies Reuben Leveridge and Nigel Cutting to use a site off Church Road, Sea Palling, for four caravans and a shed.

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