• Closure of Permissive Path between Mill Lane and Norwich Road

    Norfolk County Council have sent notice that the permissive path from the telephone exchange on Norwich Road to Mill Lane will close from the week commencing 27th March as the contractors move on to the site to start work.

    The plans for the 137 new homes do include a pedestrian access onto Mill Lane (and emergency vehicle access) and another pedestrian access onto the unmade track at the top of Mill Lane, but these will not be available until the site is safe to be opened to public access.

  • Shared ownership properties in Broadland

    For any intermediate tenure properties (such as shared ownership or shared equity) there is a new Help to Buy agent to register with and gives applicants access to any new build or resales of affordable home ownership products across the district:-


    For applicants who previously registered with Help to Buy East South East for affordable home ownership products they will now need to re-register with the new agent above as H2B ESE no longer covers Norfolk.

  • Application for 58 affordable-rented and shared-ownership flats at Herondale site for over 55s

    The application has been submitted to Broadland District Council

    You can find out more here

    Put in the application number 20191954 then click on Search

    Then click on 20191954 to see the various documents

    The flats are for over 55s and will be affordable rented or shared-ownership properties.

    If you are interested in rented sheltered accommodation you must contact BDC Housing Options team to put your name on the list, or to make sure your details are up-to-date:

    Tel: 01603 430641

    Email: [email protected]

    • The 58 new affordable homes (41 affordable rent and 17 Shared Ownership) will allow people aged over 55 with care needs to live independently, creating not only much needed housing but also enhancing the appearance of the local area.
    • The scheme, which consist of one and two-bedroom self-contained flats, will allow elderly residents to maintain independence for longer, and with the inclusion of communal spaces such as a lounge, activity room, retail/café space and a hair salon as well as outside areas, they will remain active in the community.
    • On-site care and support will also be available 24/7 giving residents and their families peace of mind that support is close to hand if needed.
    • Schedule to be complete by Autumn 2022
    • This scheme was made possible through the partnership with Norfolk County Council and NorseCare and is supported by Homes England. Construction is being undertaken by R G Carter.

  • Broadland Back into Work programme

    Choices A4 poster
  • BDC approved plans for Norwich Road site

    BDC Committee minutes
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