Plans to build 150 new homes on the fringes of a Norfolk town have been turned down over fears of urbanising a "tranquil green area" - despite the threat of a judicial review.
Plans to build dozens of new homes in a Norfolk village have been agreed by councillors.
A family of travelling showmen have had their plans to create a permanent home near a Norfolk village rejected by councillors.
Breckland Council has launched an empty homes support programme in an attempt to get homes back into the private rented sector.
A developer has resubmitted plans to build homes in a town near where 180 homes have just been approved.
Flats which developers said would appeal to eastern European workers have been approved despite objections from the town council.
Homeowners could have their say as plans for three "self-build" properties are revealed in a village, which could provide work for local businesses.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.