The organiser who has pulled the plug on a summer music festival planned for a Norfolk town said the event could return in 2020 if issues over the hiring of a park could be settled.
Concerns that a new pedestrian crossing on the busiest road in Diss is too dark are set to be investigated by highways engineers just two months after it was installed.
Wetherspoons has revealed how the small size of its new pub means that a planned extension to the floating boardwalk on Diss Mere is vital to the project.
Concerns over the future of a historic green space saw dozens of people pack into a meeting to voice their opposition to controversial proposals to build retirement bungalows.
Households in Diss will have to fork out more for their council tax this year after the town council agreed to increase its share of the bill after taking over responsibility for street lights and public toilets.
Fresh proposals to develop an “important local open space” into retirement bungalows will be discussed at a public meeting.
A glimpse of planned modern apartments that will give occupants a bird’s-eye over Diss Mere has been revealed in new images of the proposed development.
Diss is set to be seeking a new mayor as well as resolving the issue of the role council leader.
Councillor Keith Kiddie has said that while some children’s centres are wasting money on building upkeep, the custom built Diss Children’s Centre deserves to be saved from potential cuts.
Occupants of new modern apartments would get a bird’s-eye view over Diss Mere if plans to develop a plot of overgrown land sloping to the water’s edge are approved.
A proposed hotel and retail units site is again being opposed by a town council due to its potential to harm to nearby businesses.
Work on a new branch of Wetherspoons is finally due to start around March time, Diss Town Council have said.
The organiser of a popular music festival appealed to his local council for more support, claiming it’s success was being hampered by a lack of support.
The leader of Diss Town Council has stepped down with immediate effect.
A national pub chain that wants to build a 27-bedroom hotel and retail units in Diss has launched a fresh consultation in a bid to allay concerns over its impact on the town.
Diss Market Place is once again subject to road closures caused by vital electrical work.
The organiser of a town music festival has pledged to learn from this year’s mistakes.
Noise levels need to be controlled at a town’s open air music event to avoid disturbing nearby residents, it has been revealed.
Market Hill in Diss town centre has been closed for essential electrical repairs by UK Power Networks.
A modern house that would have been built on stilts beside the river on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk has been turned down because of its adverse impact on nearby listed buildings.
Drivers passing through Mere Street to Victoria Road will be greeted by the sight of two soldiers in a field of poppies as of Tuesday, November 6.
New plans have been submitted for a storage building and workman’s toilets at a Norfolk cemetery despite previous proposals being dropped amid public opposition.
A tourist attraction has reopened after a month of no public access.
Residents in three areas of South Norfolk are to be consulted about potential new parking restrictions.
Traders in a Norfolk town are calling for the introduction measures to curb busking after becoming fed up with streets performers singing the same songs for hours on end.
A flagship tourist attraction has been closed to the public over fears that a dangerous tree could collapse.
Work to repair paving on a heritage project in a South Norfolk town is to be undertaken less than 18 months after it was first installed.
The big day has arrived - hundreds of people in South Norfolk will be celebrating everything there is to love about our county.
A Norfolk town is set to keep its town centre public toilet block after it was saved from demolition.
Major resurfacing works at the busiest junction in a South Norfolk town look set to cause disruption with a complete road closure and 45-mile diversion.
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