Community leaders are opposing plans for nearly 70 new homes in a Suffolk village.
Developers seeking to build housing on the site of a former plant nursery are still facing local opposition despite scaling back the plans from 20 homes to just five.
People will soon be able to have their say on where thousands of new homes could be built in Norwich, South Norfolk and Broadland.
Resubmitted plans to build nearly 70 homes in a small Suffolk village are to be scrutinised by parish councillors.
Fresh plans have been submitted to build a housing development on former farmland in a Suffolk village - just months after previous proposals were refused.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
A controversial bid for seven homes in a Norfolk village has been approved despite neighbourhood objections.
The possible locations where thousands of new homes could be built in Norwich, South Norfolk and Broadland over the next 20 years have been revealed.
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