Plans have been submitted to build nearly 200 more homes in an ever expanding Norfolk village.
Landlords facing fines of up to £30,000 for failing to comply with new rules governing multiple occupancy houses are being offered an amnesty if they apply for a licence before the end of this month.
Plans to build a large extension to a historic former South Norfolk chapel turning it into a five-bedroom house could be set to be rejected by planners.
Buy this house which dates to 1580, the reign of Elizabeth I and full of original features like mullioned windows and exposed timbers.
Plans have been approved to restore an imposing Grade II listed building that once served as a post office and bank back into a single eight bedroom family house.
The owners of a former burial ground could revive plans to build on the land despite bodies remaining in the ground.
Plans for 148 homes and a school which residents have called “immoral” have been submitted to South Norfolk Council.
The latest house price data shows homes rose in value by 4.5 per cent and 4.4 per cent in South and North Norfolk respectively - the highest rise by far across the whole of the county.
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