The Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP) is being produced by Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council working together with Norfolk County Council through the Greater Norwich Development Partnership (GNDP)
The vision for Greater Norwich to 2036 is: To grow vibrant, healthy communities supported by a strong economy and the delivery of homes, jobs, infrastructure and an enhanced environment.
There is the opportunity to look at the maps and papers on 26 Jan (2pm-8pm) at Acle Recreation Centre, NR13 3RA
The consultation is available here
The consultation is open and can be viewed here
Following a letter drop by Norfolk County Council, 69% of the households in the village have supported the designation of the village as a No Cold Calling Zone.
We need at least 75% of households to support the scheme.
If you still have your voting slip from NCC, please fill it in and send it back to NCC at:
Trading Standards Service
9 Austin Street
or scan in your signed form and send it to email@example.com
If you have not yet received a voting slip, or you’ve mislaid it, you can download a new form here:
voting slip – please complete it and return it to either the address or the email address above…
Station Road in Lingwood is closed for emergency repairs to a water main, north of the railway line. Expected to be shut for 5 days.
Closed for BT ducting works
Local Plan for the Broads: Have your say
Public drop-in session
Come and talk to members of Broads Authority staff about the Local Plan for the Broads consultation:
Sat 9th December, Potter Heigham Village Hall, 10am – 12pm
Reminder: How to respond to the consultation
Please make your response to the consultation documents on our comments form, using the guidance to help you determine which Tests of Soundness your comments refer to. Information available on the website www.broads-authority.gov.uk/broadsconsultations
The deadline for responses is 4pm on 5 January 2018.
All comments received will be made public and cannot be treated as confidential.
Norfolk County Council Trading Standards has agreed to survey residents to see if there is support for the whole village to be designated a No Cold Calling Zone.
Some of you have already contacted the Parish Council to indicate your support for this. NCC is now writing to those residents who have not yet said whether or not they support the scheme.
We need a high level of support for this to go ahead so please do complete the form which will be delivered through your door shortly in a brown envelope. There is a pre-paid envelope enclosed for your reply.
If you don’t receive an envelope and don’t think you have already contacted the Parish Council, please either email the parish clerk, Pauline James at Paulinejames@aol.com giving your name, address and stating whether you support the scheme, or download the form below, complete it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to Trading Standards, Priory House, Austin Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1EB
details and FAQs
Click here for Lloyds factsheet