Plans have been submitted to demolish one of Norfolk's smallest places of worship and build three new houses on the site.
Fresh plans have been submitted to turn part of a town centre office building into three flats weeks after similar plans were approved for its upper floor.
Plans to build almost 100 homes on the edge of a Norfolk town have been criticised by families due to its proximity to a nursing home for the elderly and terminally ill.
A development to build modern flats on sloped land overlooking Diss Mere would lead to "construction chaos" opponents of the scheme have claimed.
Plans have been submitted for 46 retirement homes on the site of a former social club in Harleston that was the subject of a failed bid to turn it into a community church.
Plans have been submitted to demolish a garage and vehicle repair business close to the A140 and build new homes on the site.
A prominent building overlooking Diss Mere that was formerly the headquarters of South Norfolk Conservatives is to be sold at auction.
Hundreds of families in Norfolk have been removed from their homes by a controversial law which the Government now wants to ban.
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