Hundreds of homes and a new railway bridge are set to be built in a Norfolk town after a council agreed to a controversial housing scheme for the second time.
A property developer is sending its builders back to its sites in Norfolk after Boris Johnson announced the relaxing of the coronavirus lockdown.
As the coronavirus pandemic lingers on into May, the UK housing market continues to suffer as sales are on hold until lockdown eases.
More than 3,700 homes in Norfolk have stood empty for more than six months, new figures have revealed, with the number increasing by almost 450 over the past year.
Work has started in Swaffham on 165 new homes being built as part of a £22.5m development in the town.
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.