Plans for 91 new homes in Hethersett are on show
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The design and outlay of 91 new homes planned for north Hethersett have been revealed.
The homes are part of a larger 1,196-home development which the property developer Taylor Wimpey received outline planning permission for in July 2013.
The 91 new houses, in a mixture of sizes from one bedroom to five, are part of the second phase of construction, called A1-B.
The first phase, A1-A, included 95 homes.
The second phase estate would be accessed by a new junction off Back Lane/Churchfields, and the site would include 18 affordable homes.
The plans include three areas of green open space.
The larger scheme will include a primary school, shops, business units and sports pitches.
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Taylor Wimpey has asked for public feedback on the plans by July 15, before it sends a planning application to South Norfolk Council in late July.
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