Increased traffic, over-subscribed schools and a GP surgery pushed to breaking point are among the concerns raised in response to plans for 4,000 new homes in a Norfolk town - but will the long-term benefits outweigh the potential problems?
A brand new link road aiming to reduce town centre traffic in Attleborough will be built as part of proposals for 4,000 homes.
A major development of 4,000 new homes and two new primary schools which will almost double the size of a Norfolk market town is being recommended for approval.
Plans to build 4,000 homes and two new primary schools in a rapidly expanding market town will be discussed at a public meeting next week.
Householders say a once peaceful street of bungalows has been marred by a long-running battle over car parking.
Long awaited work on a housing development, described as “an eyesore” by villagers, has been delayed just days before it was due to begin.
A national developer wants to build more than 600 new homes on the outskirts of a growing market town.
A small village is set to see hundreds more homes built, in plans which will also bring a new roundabout at a dangerous junction close to a primary school.
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