The property company behind the Church Road development of ten homes in Wreningham is to hold an open consultation for local residents on August 19.

Julian Wells of FW Properties has invited local residents to view the proposed development of ten new homes on Church Road, Wreningham and give their views.

The site has been identified by South Norfolk Council as their preferred location for new homes in the village as outlined in their draft Local Development Framework Strategy.

The developer is holding a consultation event at the Bird in Hand in Wreningham between 4pm and 8pm on August 19, 2015 when local residents are invited to view the plans and to make any comments they wish on the proposals.

Members of the development team will be in attendance to answer any questions. For further information please contact FW Properties: T: 01603 295 050 E: julian@fw-properties.com

Flyer for development consultation


This document has completed the stage with the Hearing sessions in front of the Government’s Inspector.

A consultation on proposed modifications to the South Norfolk Local Plan (the Site Allocations document, the Development Management Policies document and the Wymondham Area Action Plan) has commenced (on Wednesday, 22 April) and will close at 5pm on 5 June.

A copy of the letter sent to consultees is here. All consultation information will be on the Local Plan webpage at www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/local-plan-examination.

​If there are any questions, the contact at South Norfolk Council is:

Adam Nicholls, Planning Policy Manager.

t 01508 533809             m 07775 502104              e anicholls@s-norfolk.gov.uk


South Norfolk Council Changes to Site Notices for Planning Applications

Site Notices will no longer be erected for householder application unless there is a statutory requirement to do so i.e. it is in a conservation area or is a listed building (in both these instances South Norfolk Council also have to put and advert in the local press), or is adjacent to open land (i.e. where there is no address point)

South Norfolk Council will continue to notify in writing all neighbours adjacent to the boundary of the site, or opposite the site if it relates to any front alterations or new access, the selection of any other neighbours will be a judgement call by the case officer (as is the case at present), and whether they are materially affected by the proposal.

Site notices for all other types of applications will still continue to be posted and neighbours notified accordingly.