Broadland District Council have announced that there are amended plans for the planning application no: 20191215.
These include an amended layout, changes to the access road, minor design changes, levels, drainage and play area information.
You can see these plans at :
Put in 20191215 under Application Number, then click Search at the bottom of the page
Then click on 20191215 and then View Related Documents at the bottom of the page
Documents are listed with the dates they were submitted so you can find then newer documents.
The parish council will consider these amended plans at the meeting on 28th October.
We are waiting for Norfolk County Council to carry out the last, formal, consultation on the proposals for parking restrictions in the village.
The proposals are to restrict all-day commuter parking in the village centre and to free up parking spaces for people wanting to visit the village and its businesses.
The Street/Crossway Terrace – parking bays on east side, restrictions on west side to allow parking for 23 hours per day, but not between 10 and 11 am Monday to Friday
Old Road opposite Carters and Wilkersons – parking bays for up to 2 hours parking
Bottom of Mill Lane – restrictions on both sides to allow parking for 23 hours per day, but not between 10 and 11 am Monday to Friday
Birtles Way – restrictions to allow parking for 23 hours per day, but not between 10 and 11 am Monday to Friday
Parking village centre
New Road – extra double yellow lines to prevent parking at the village centre end, and double yellow lines at junctions and at the entrance to the BP Garage/Travelodge/Starbucks
Priory Close – restrictions on entire road to allow parking for 23 hours per day, but not between 10 and 11 am Monday to Friday
Parking New Road
Reedham Road – double yellow lines on both sides to improve visibility, and double yellow lines at entrance to Co-Op and around Church Corner
Parking Reedham Road
The Parish Council has adopted the model scheme: FOI scheme
The list of information available from the Parish Council is: