A village could get nearly 80 new homes after plans were submitted for a large housing development.
Hundreds of families in Norfolk have been removed from their homes by a controversial law which the Government now wants to ban.
A couple fear they will have to move out of their home for a third time after repair works failed to fix problems.
People moving into new homes are regularly facing a swathe of problems with their properties, which are then not being dealt with quickly enough by developers, an investigation has found.
Earlier this year the government pledged to ban the controversial Section 21 notice, which gives landlords the power to evict tenants.
Plans to build a rehabilitation centre in a Norfolk town's closed hotel have been withdrawn after more than 100 public comments.
Plans to build 180 in a Norfolk town have been submitted to Breckland Council.
Work has started on a £3 million project to help house people in mid-Norfolk.