An organiser behind one of Dereham’s calendar highlights has praised the efforts of all involved with the Christmas lights switch-on.
Another 291 homes are set to be built on the outskirts of Dereham after Breckland Council’s planning committee approved the plans despite significant opposition.
A controversial bid for almost 300 homes on land at the edge of Dereham is due to be reconsidered by Breckland Council’s planning committee on Monday and has been recommended for approval.
Traffic congestion and lack of access to centres of employment are critical factors in why plans for a proposed 10,000-home in mid-Norfolk should not go ahead, according to Dereham Town Council (DTC).
Concerns have been voiced over the potential impact that 255 new homes in Dereham could have on traffic congestion in the town.
Dereham Town Council will receive up to £1700 to support a study looking for opportunities to redesign the town’s market place and town centre.
Motorists experiencing around 30 minutes worth of delays due to works on one of Dereham’s busiest roads have warned other drivers to stay well away from the area.
Motorists can expect to experience lengthy delays for two weeks on one of Dereham’s busiest roads later this month.
Motorists in a Norfolk town are facing more lengthy delays following the closure of one of the town’s busiest roads for the second time in a matter of weeks.
A developer behind plans to build 279 homes in Dereham has agreed to contribute a quarter of a million pounds to tackle a shortage of sports and outdoor play facilities in Dereham.
A First World War memorial campaign led by former head of the army Lord Dannatt will see 6ft tall Tommy silhouette statues erected around the county.
Dereham Town Council has expressed concerns after a recent spike in arson incidents in the town.
Hundreds of years ago, Dereham Market would serve local residents with important items from cattle to other traditional goods.
A mid-Norfolk town has claimed back part of its land after being given the green light for a restricted byway.
Breckland Council has approved plans to build 279 new homes in Dereham despite fierce opposition from residents, groups and councillors.
Communities in a mid-Norfolk town have issued a rallying cry to get its “dangerous” transport infrastructure right before it is too late.
Visitors to a mid-Norfolk windmill will be transported back in time with the unveiling of a new attraction at its upcoming reopening event.
A town councillor has become the first mayor to be re-elected since the formation of the council.
The MP for mid Norfolk has held a discussion with staff from Highways England about a dangerous junction on the A47.
A 19th-century landmark is due to reopen its doors following recent renovations.
Access to one of Dereham’s moors has been granted to the public, following an agreement between the private landowner and local pressure groups.
In our latest article looking at how a fully dualled A47 would benefit our communities, mid-Norfolk’s MP George Freeman praised the Just Dual It! campaign and highlighted the need for dualling near one of Norfolk’s biggest market towns.
A formal complaint made by a town council has exposed how planning officers working on behalf of Breckland District Council have been misinterpreting planning policy.
An antiques museum has announced it will be moving to a dedicated room within Dereham’s town council offices, to be known as the Dereham Archive Centre.
A group of Dereham youngsters were wrongly accused of desecrating a graveyard and making Nazi salutes as they held a funeral for their much-loved... skateboard.
Visitors to a Norfolk cemetery have been left distressed after a member of grounds staff removed items left on loved ones’ graves.
Drivers on the A47 are facing a 25-mile diversion for seven weeks for £2.2m worth of road repairs.
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.
Drivers navigating a busy market town are more likely to risk using dangerous A47 junctions than battle with town centre congestion, it has been revealed.
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