A housing organisation has said properties in one of Norfolk’s most popular seaside towns are “beyond the reach” of local families and affordable homes are being sold as holiday lets.
A planning application for a new camp site in Gressenhall may struggle to move forward after the parish council refused to give its support.
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This is how hotly-debated new offices and apartments planned for a picturesque area of Wells could look.
A group of new affordable homes will soon be occupied after the keys were handed over to Victory Housing Trust by a building contractor.
We’ve mapped the latest price paid data from the Land Registry Office to give a snapshot of the Norfolk property market.
Uncertainty continues to surround fiercely-opposed plans to double the size of a village, near Fakenham, as an appeal lodged by the developer could soon be heard by the High Court.
A Norfolk housing organisation is urging residents in Wells to return survey forms by the end of January so that they can gain a greater understanding of the town’s affordable housing needs.
A tied vote among Breckland councillors forced planning committee chairman Nigel Wilkin to use his casting vote to refuse an application for 291 homes in Dereham yesterday.
A single carriageway road bridge over a heritage railway line proved to be a bridge too far for an application for 291 houses in Dereham which was refused by planners.
A housing developer is being accused of putting profit ahead of the community by failing to provide enough outdoor playing space with a proposed 280-home scheme in Dereham.
A planning application outline has been submitted for a major new development in Swaffham which would include a new care home and medical facility.
Estate agents have said that first time property buyers in Norfolk will benefit from the changes to stamp duty announced in the government’s autumn budget.
A group of campaigners have expressed their anger after a meeting about a proposed development in Dereham has been postponed.
The EDP and Norwich Evening News wants to speak with families and individuals put into temporary accommodation in Norfolk.
Campaigners fighting plans to build homes next to a Dereham beauty spot are calling on people to show the strength of feeling against the development at a planning meeting on Monday.
An appeal has been submitted against Breckland Council’s refusal of planning permission for 50 homes on a piece of farmland in Mattishall.
Residents in Wells have expressed their anger and frustration after planning permission was granted for a two-storey property to be built next to an existing holiday let.
A housing summit has been held at Gressenhall Farm to tackle the issue of a lack of affordable homes in rural communities.
Fresh calls are being made to tackle the affordable housing crisis in Wells after it emerged that almost a third of all homes in the town are now either second homes or holiday homes.
Proposals for a new, mixed-use housing development in Swaffham are due to be discussed at a public meeting.
The first five Norfolk towns to be specially studied to see if they have good enough roads and transport to cope with thousands of new homes have been revealed.
A developer has seen an application for 25 homes in a rural village refused for the second time after it came back to Breckland Council on a technicality.
A new development of 127 houses has been given approval for land behind the redundant maltings in Dereham but the maltings building itself will not be brought back into commercial use.
A multi-million pound scheme to bring an historic Dereham landmark back into use and build more than 100 homes in the town is expected to progress to the next stage.
A housing developer is refusing to give up its bid to double the size of a village near Fakenham with 200 new homes.
Fresh calls are being made for road improvements to help Fakenham cope with 950 new homes.
The owners of a mid Norfolk pub have resubmitted a planning application to develop part of the site and improve facilities after support from the community.
Elderly residents in Fakenham risk being neglected if a new supported housing scheme does not go ahead, an MP has warned.
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