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  • Northrepps
    Article: Aug 17, 2017

    Many people will have see local media reports of plans for a 300-home development on the outskirts of Cromer. The development - planned by Michael Gurney - is actually in Northrepps Parish so this week I canvassed the views of residents along Norwich Road and in Stevens Road.

    The District Council decides on planning applications but the County Council has a say on issues like plans for school places and the impact on local roads. With such a large development there are bound to be significant issues to consider for both.

  • Article: Aug 2, 2017

    Last night I attended Northrepps Parish Council and heard about plans for a near 300 home development on the edge of the Parish between Norwich Road and Burnt Hills in Cromer. The planning application has not been made yet and there will be a public meeting - probably in September - when things have progressed further. Planning applications are decided by the District Council but the County Council has a voice on issues like the provision of roads and school places.

  • Brown Bin
    Article: Aug 2, 2017

    After the waiting list for new garden bins reached over 800, Liberal Democrat Councillors have successfully pushed North Norfolk District Council to increase the number of bins available.

    This is good news for local residents and good news for recycling!

    The scheme is now re-opened for new applications. If you would like more information, contact NNDC.