Breckland councillors have voted to accept new funding that will help improve the support offered to those at risk of homelessness.
Jobseekers have a chance to find out what is being offered around Attleborough at an upcoming jobs fair.
A biomass energy plant which has brought permanent jobs and millions of pounds to the local economy has been officially opened.
A ceremony will be held today to officially open the Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant.
New or relocating businesses in Breckland’s five market towns are being given the opportunity to claim up to 80 percent rate relief in their first year.
A job fair is set to be held in Attleborough to help those seeking work and those who want to find out about career development opportunities.
The public can have their say on plans to build 4,000 homes in Attleborough as part of a council consultation.
Breckland Council is calling on residents to take part in a survey that will help local companies and boost job prospects by identifying skills gaps.
The mayor of Attleborough has welcomed a long-awaited planning application put in this month to build 4,000 new homes, which will almost double the size of the town.
Documents which will shape the growth and development of Breckland have received support from council cabinet members.
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The mayor of Attleborough has been reappointed to the role for the second year in a row.
Plans are being made to build three new townhouses on the site of a former bowling green next to the Mulberry Tree boutique hotel in Attleborough.
An independent review of Breckland Council has found it is “doing a good job for residents”, “has strong and effective leadership”, and demonstrates “sound financial management.”
There are plans to add a drive-through coffee shop to an Americana-themed diner next to the A11 Attleborough Bypass.
A programme filled with fun activities will help keep you children occupied during the East half-term.
An initiative that will help tackle the issue of unsightly and derelict buildings across the Breckland district has been given the green light.
A vision for nine new houses on a site next to Chapel Road Primary School in Attleborough has been unveiled.
Communities in Breckland will be consulted on the use of legislation which will give the district council more powers to deal with a wider range of anti-social behaviour in town centres.
Fears that Norfolk’s market towns might not have good enough roads to cope with thousands of new homes have triggered a series of special studies to tackle the potential problem.
Taxpayers in Breckland still receive the cheapest rate of council tax in the county, according to district councillors - despite them voting for a 6.6 per cent increase.
Plans are afoot to build six new homes on a plot of land in Great Ellingham.
Shop owners have welcomed plans to trial a time limit at Attleborough’s central car park.
He’s completed six tours of duty with the British Army, built up his own business and published a string of books.
Jobseekers will have the chance to discover new opportunities at a jobs fair being planned for Attleborough.
A Norfolk cook has applied to convert an outbuilding at her home into a self-contained holiday let.
A teenage ten-pin bowler is hoping to strike it big this year by making it onto England’s national team.
Breckland Council is again inviting applications for a share of its Outdoor Sport and Play Fund, in a bid to allocate the £114,000 currently in the pot.
A programme of creative activities designed to give older people and those with dementia opportunities to get active and socialise is set to expand again after receiving grant funding from a district council.
Almost £25,000 is being made available to further enhance Breckland’s five market towns and attract more visitors and businesses.
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