Plans have been refused to build new housing on farm land the edge of Pulham Market because it would be out of character with the village.
Plans have been submitted to build 14 new houses in a South Norfolk village together with a new public green space, play area and access to the historic church.
The "ongoing problem" of sewage mixing with floodwater in Fressingfield has demonstrated why housing development plans should not be approved, activists have said.
A scheme to build 24 houses in fields on the edge of a Suffolk village has been dismissed by a planning inspector.
Nissen huts at a former Norfolk airfield from where top secret missions were flown are back on the market with a price tag £15,000 higher than when they were bought five months ago.
Plans for new homes in the centre of Pulham St Mary have been refused because they would be an "unacceptable form of back-land development".
A planning inspector has dismissed an appeal against a decision to refuse of plans to build new homes on historic land at Redgrave.
Plans have been submitted to demolish one of Norfolk's smallest places of worship and build three new houses on the site.
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