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Plan to turn listed hotel into rehab clinic prompts outcry

Plan to turn listed hotel into rehab clinic prompts outcry

Plan to turn listed hotel into rehab clinic prompts outcry

21 March 2022

An application was submitted to planning authorities to turn the Grade 1-listed hotel into a treatment centre for people suffering from addiction


Residents offer their homes up to refugees fleeing Ukraine

Residents offer their homes up to refugees fleeing Ukraine

Residents offer their homes up to refugees fleeing Ukraine

18 March 2022

Residents have come out in force with offers of accommodation for refugees once they arrive on British shores


Housing with care scheme placed under lockdown following Covid outbreak

Housing with care scheme placed under lockdown following Covid outbreak

Housing with care scheme placed under lockdown following Covid outbreak

26 February 2022

Bosses have place the housing with care scheme under lockdown measures after two members of staff tested positive with Covid


Residents to see second Council Tax increase announced in under a month

Residents to see second Council Tax increase announced in under a month

Residents to see second Council Tax increase announced in under a month

21 February 2022

Councils are balancing the books as they try to deal with the pressure on services following the pandemic


Council offer affordable homes offered to people in village who can prove local connection

Council offer affordable homes offered to people in village who can prove local connection

Council offer affordable homes offered to people in village who can prove local connection

16 February 2022

Nine affordable homes will be allocated to lower income households as part of an investment in social and affordable housing across the district


Rotary chips in to ease pressure on foodbank as cost of living crisis looms large

Rotary chips in to ease pressure on foodbank as cost of living crisis looms large

Rotary chips in to ease pressure on foodbank as cost of living crisis looms large

08 February 2022

A rotary club has chipped in to offset the rise in energy bills after by donating dozens of slow cookers to a nearby foodbank


Town will need big improvements to deal with influx of residents if development is approved, warns council chairman

Town will need big improvements to deal with influx of residents if development is approved, warns council chairman

Town will need big improvements to deal with influx of residents if development is approved, warns council chairman

03 February 2022

A planning application for 354 homes, a 91-unit care home and 16 extra care bungalows was submitted to South Norfolk Council last month


Care home praised by watchdogs following inspection

Care home praised by watchdogs following inspection

Care home praised by watchdogs following inspection

31 January 2022

Walcot Hall has been praised for being “kind, caring and treating residents with both dignity and respect” following an inspection last year


Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

21 January 2022

Around 70 people mobilised in front of Deal Farm Biogas on Wednesday to voice their opposition to the controversial plant


Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

13 January 2022

Developers behind Deal Farm Biogas were notably absent at Monday's meeting – but have thanked residents for their invitation


Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

11 January 2022

Permission for the homes has already been granted in principle but the finer details of the scheme still need to be signed off by the council


Trust say majority of residents at housing scheme have been moved out

Trust say majority of residents at housing scheme have been moved out

Trust say majority of residents at housing scheme have been moved out

22 December 2021

Nearly all residents at Clare House have been rehomed in suitable accommodation less than a year after plans began to repurpose the buildings


Council order work on controversial biogas plant to cease

Council order work on controversial biogas plant to cease

Council order work on controversial biogas plant to cease

15 November 2021

Campaigners have welcomed the ‘excellent news’ but energy firm Biowatt have promised to submit a fresh planning application


More public space promised as town consultation closes

More public space promised as town consultation closes

More public space promised as town consultation closes

22 October 2021

The consultation period for how £750,000 will be spent to regenerate Harleston town centre drew to a close this week.


Scouts group demand apology from town council over lease agreement

Scouts group demand apology from town council over lease agreement

Scouts group demand apology from town council over lease agreement

19 October 2021

A scouts group have demanded an apology from their town council after a meeting earlier month suggested they had paid no rent.


Councils unite in opposition to retirement complex plan

Councils unite in opposition to retirement complex plan

Councils unite in opposition to retirement complex plan

06 September 2021

Councillors have argued against planning approval for a retirement village, urging that “the future is the children and younger people in the town”.

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Property asking prices in Diss take a dip

Property asking prices in Diss take a dip

Property asking prices in Diss take a dip

16 August 2021

Over the past 12 months, homeowners in Diss have reduced their asking prices by more than £10,000, according to new figures.


Neighbourhood Plan could lead to more floods, warns environmental scientist

Neighbourhood Plan could lead to more floods, warns environmental scientist

Neighbourhood Plan could lead to more floods, warns environmental scientist

13 August 2021

An environmental scientist has warned homes could be susceptible to more floods if hundreds of new homes are given the go ahead.


Delay to development after 'bland' appearance criticised

Delay to development after 'bland' appearance criticised

Delay to development after 'bland' appearance criticised

26 July 2021

Councillors have pushed back a final decision on plans for 69 homes amid concerns over their design and appearance.


Residents will not be 'turfed out' of housing scheme, says trust

Residents will not be 'turfed out' of housing scheme, says trust

Residents will not be 'turfed out' of housing scheme, says trust

02 July 2021

The director of a housing trust has promised that residents will not be forced out as they decide what to do with the building.


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