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Ref: 2024/1135Proposal: Construction of 2 bungalows & 1 chalet bungalow, along with 4.09 acres of land transferred to the Parish Council for Community Owned LandLocation: Land South West of Hethel RoadApplicant: Mr Julian WellsApplication Type: Full Planning Permission Please return comments by 22 May 2024, quoting reference 2024/1135 email: planning@southnorfolkandbroadland.gov.uk online: www.southnorfolkandbroadland.gov.uk post: The Horizon Read More


 

More than a dozen or so enthusiastic volunteer litter pickers helped to tidy-up Wreningham, Top Row and Penny Green as part of the Big South Norfolk Litter Pick on Sunday April 21. The volunteers spread out from the Village Hall to clean verges, paths, playing fields and other public locations across the Wreningham Parish Council Read More



Cllr. Graham Plant, NCC, emailed an update about the Norwich Western Link project (to connect the A47 west of the city to Broadland Northway, and create a dual carriageway orbital route around Norwich). The team are finalising the planning application and will submit it in the next few weeks. The planning authority will publish the Read More


Broadland and South Norfolk Councils are running a free mental health awareness at Shelfanger Village Hall on the on Thursday 21 March from 5.30-7.30pm. This Mental Health Awareness in the Community course will be delivered by Thriving Workplaces. Anyone connected to a community group, parish/town council or any local business in South Norfolk can attend. You Read More


13 March 2024 update – We have received a letter stating that the GNLP has been adopted, see below: The GNLP was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate in July 2021 for examination.  Examination hearings, led by Independent Inspectors appointed by the Secretary of State took place during 2022 and 2023. The Inspectors considered that a Read More