The construction of 10 new homes has officially started in Attleborough.
People will soon be able to have their say on where thousands of new homes could be built in Norwich, South Norfolk and Broadland.
A popular diner that closed after more than 30 years of serving families could be turned into a house.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
New homes could be built on the edge of a village on agricultural land previously turned down for a potential housing development.
The possible locations where thousands of new homes could be built in Norwich, South Norfolk and Broadland over the next 20 years have been revealed.
Buyers have been put off Norfolk's most viewed property on Rightmove - despite it being priced at almost £200,000 less than its initial valuation.
Millions of pounds needs to be spent to make sure that thousands of new homes and businesses around Norfolk have enough electricity.