A scheme to develop council-owned land into more than 140 homes - and raise up to £3m in cash - will continue until 2035.
A mid Norfolk village is in line for 75 new homes if proposals to begin development on farmland are approved.
An application to build 185 homes has been given the green light - more than three years after proposals were initially approved.
An application to build almost 200 homes has been withdrawn at the 11th hour.
Plans could see a batch of new homes built on a school's former playing field.
When Wendy and Norman Brown bought their home, they fell in love with its view over fields that are a haven for wildlife.
Customers described today their frustrating failures to get justice after building jobs went badly wrong, leaving them tens of thousands of pounds out-of-pocket.
A Norfolk town would not welcome more development, warns a councillor as plans for 177 new homes progresses.