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.
A district councillor in charge of planning has been granted legal permission to live in a former agricultural property - even though he has lived there for the past ten years.
Decisions on more than 100 new homes have been delayed after feedback on a blueprint for the area's growth derailed a council's planning committee meeting.
A Norwich man saved himself hundreds of pounds after a shock realisation that he was the only one of the residents on his street paying "considerably" more council tax than his neighbours.
Up to 36 homes could be built on a former school playing field site in Shipdham, near Dereham.
A scheme to develop council-owned land into more than 140 homes - and raise up to £3m in cash - will continue until 2035.
A mid Norfolk village is in line for 75 new homes if proposals to begin development on farmland are approved.