Two villagers who have been tirelessly campaigning against the construction of wind farm infrastructure have been recognised for their efforts.
Plans have been put into motion which could see the development of up to 169 homes across three mid-Norfolk brownfield sites following approval by councillors.
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 developer was warned to “work with the community” after an application for 284 homes in Dereham was turned down by council planners by one vote.
Proposals for a 100 new homes at a Dereham industrial estate could become more likely after councillors lifted restrictions.
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