More than 3,700 homes in Norfolk have stood empty for more than six months, new figures have revealed, with the number increasing by almost 450 over the past year.
Plans to build dozens of new homes in a Norfolk village have been agreed by councillors.
A family of travelling showmen have had their plans to create a permanent home near a Norfolk village rejected by councillors.
Residents of a Norfolk town believe their town’s infrastructure cannot cope with a new housing estate.
Breckland Council has launched an empty homes support programme in an attempt to get homes back into the private rented sector.
The planned conversion of a town’s old water tower into an unusual home could soon take another step forward.
Plans for new Norfolk homes are put on hold after a town council rejected an alternative proposal on a footpath
The prospect of a 4,600-home garden village in Norfolk has not been ruled out - despite officers not recommending it be part of a blueprint for where thousands of homes could be built.