Plans for new Norfolk homes are put on hold after a town council rejected an alternative proposal on a footpath
Dozens of new homes will be built in a Norfolk village despite neighbours' fears of "intrusion" and "overdevelopment".
More than 200 homes are set to be built in a Norfolk town despite fears over the consequences the development could have on the lives of people living nearby.
Plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town were refused after councillors were warned the scheme could see traffic "queueing on the A47".
A council is set to discuss controversial plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town - more than five years after the idea was originally proposed.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
A council has been threatened with a judicial review over claims plans for hundreds of new homes are based on "defective" and "flawed" transport assessments.
Plans for a new bungalow near the site of a 15th-century listed building have been given the green light, despite claims the proposal would be "detrimental" to a village's character.